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We're enormous fans of the Pimoroni Flotilla and believe it will be a great addition to the maker/education community.  So we'd  love to get your opinion on whether we should bake in a Flotilla compatible connector into Ardhat,  our new Robotics and IoT platform for Pi. (There's already a footprint on the board, but currently it is power only, see http://bit.ly/Ardhat).

In principle, Ardhat could function as a battery backed 'host' allowing connection to a Flotilla device.

Or, it could act as a 'device', exposing Ardhat sensor functions to a Flotilla Host.

Please let us know your view in the poll!
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Yes, Flotilla Device Connector
No, leave it as power only.
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No, leave it as power only.

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#ardhat  does solar power, even with these tiny panels, thanks to it's built in processor, and you can download the case from Thingiverse at  http://bit.ly/ArdhatBattCase
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#Ardhat does 3D balance bot  with EV3 and #raspberrypi   and  #arduino    http://bit.ly/3dbalbot
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Ardhat brings sensors, Arduino real time  and battery power to Raspberry Pi 2 on a HAT!
http://bit.ly/Ardhat
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Get your HAT on. Announcing Ardhat for Pi Purists.

http://bit.ly/ArdhatPure
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Arduino UPS + battery + sensors and Raspberry Pi compatible too!

http://bit.ly/Ardhat
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Ardhat is HAT compatible, which means it works with Odroid-C1 too!

bit.ly/odroidC1

Pins used by Ardhat were carefully chosen not to conflict with the special purpose pins on the Odroid-C1, such as  AIN and 1.8V.
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With its complete power management and long-range ISM radio, Ardhat + Raspberry Pi are perfect partners for building IoT systems.
Ardhat is Moteino compatible,  so you can hit the ground running
http://bit.ly/moteino

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