Sequent Microsystems: MEGA-IO is a stackable home automation expansion card for Raspberry Pi B+, 2, 3 and Zero.
This project started with the challenge to integrate as many Home Automation functions as possible into a Raspberry Pi platform.
Two of the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pins are used for I2C communication. Another pin is allocated for the interrupt handler, leaving 23 GPIO pins available for the user.
MEGA-IO adds the following I/O functions:
- Eight on-board relays
- Eight 12-bit ADC channels
- One 12-bit DAC output
- Eight opto-isolated inputs
- Four open collector outputs
- Six GPIO's
- Four layer stackable
- Configurable interrupts
The Mega-IO card requires +5V power, supplied either from the Raspberry Pi expansion bus, or from its own 2.1mm power jack. The on-board relays are connected to the +5V.
A local 3.3V regulator powers the rest of the circuits.
The Mega-IO can be controlled by the a command line utility or by using the drag and drop visual tool Node-Red
For more information see the Sequent Microsystems website: https://www.sequentmicrosystems.com/
Additional add on boards for the Mega-IO are also available at the website
I have very limited time currently for the comments, so you will probably get a very slow response for questions I know the answer to. If I need to set up a Pi to check your issue or request then I am unlikely to have chance to spend time on this.
I will continue support once I can spare the time again.
Thank you for your interest