RPiREF

RPiREF


RPiREF is an easy and quick way of checking the Pin-out and GPIO references of the Raspberry Pi P1, P5 and P6 Headers.

This information is already available in a number of forms but having it available on your Android smartphone or tablet is useful when you are experimenting.

This app provides reference information and covers :

- Pin numbering of the P1 GPIO Header
- Pin numbering of the P5 Header on Rev 2 boards
- P6 reset header
- Proper GPIO references for each pin
- 3.3V, 5V and ground pins
- Status LEDs

The app contains no adverts but does include a link to my RaspberryPi-Spy.co.uk website where you will find a number of articles about the Raspberry Pi, circuits, sensors and example Python scripts.

Don't guess. Check your connections with RPiREF!

If you rate this app please do so based on the app and this description. I don't claim it "connects to a Raspberry Pi" so please don't be too surprised if it doesn't!

PERMISSIONS : This app no longer requests Phone Status and Identity or SD Card permissions.

iOS Version : Tried to create an iOS version but it was banned by Apple. They seem to prefer Fart Soundboards rather than something someone might actually find useful in the real world!

Recent changes:
v0.3 - Added P6 header, LED Status information and web links to more details
v0.2 - Removed some permissions that were not needed
v0.1 - Initial release
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About RPiREF
RPiREF is an easy and quick way of checking the Pin-out and GPIO references of the Raspberry Pi P1, P5 and P6 Headers.

This information is already available in a number of forms but having it available on your Android smartphone or tablet is useful when you are experimenting.

This app provides reference information and covers :

- Pin numbering of the P1 GPIO Header
- Pin numbering of the P5 Header on Rev 2 boards
- P6 reset header
- Proper GPIO references for each pin
- 3.3V, 5V and ground pins
- Status LEDs

The app contains no adverts but does include a link to my RaspberryPi-Spy.co.uk website where you will find a number of articles about the Raspberry Pi, circuits, sensors and example Python scripts.

Don't guess. Check your connections with RPiREF!

If you rate this app please do so based on the app and this description. I don't claim it "connects to a Raspberry Pi" so please don't be too surprised if it doesn't!

PERMISSIONS : This app no longer requests Phone Status and Identity or SD Card permissions.

iOS Version : Tried to create an iOS version but it was banned by Apple. They seem to prefer Fart Soundboards rather than something someone might actually find useful in the real world!

Recent changes:
v0.3 - Added P6 header, LED Status information and web links to more details
v0.2 - Removed some permissions that were not needed
v0.1 - Initial release

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A Google User
Jan 26, 2014
Like to give this 5 stars, but you need to update the GPIO to rev. 2
A Google User
Jan 7, 2014
Excellent work!!
A Google User
Jan 3, 2014
Good reference but missing some detail. I2C pins are not labeled on P1. I was also looking for detail on the flex circuit connectors but there doesn't appear to be any.
A Google User
Dec 28, 2013
Fluid and uncluttered. Very clean and concise. There's no point in me saying you could add this and that as the board is small so could be covered in about 20 sections! Looking forward to the updates, please stick with it.
A Google User
Jun 25, 2013
usefull but... The numbering is left-right instead of top-down as it is on all the connectors that I have. Not sure if there is a standard, but it is confusing.