Pmod Shield: Adapter Board for Uno R3 Standard to Pmod

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The Pmod Shield is no longer in production. Once the current stock is depleted, it will be discontinued.

The Pmod Shield is an adapter board from the Uno R3-style shield headers present on many Digilent system boards to Pmod. It provides the additional circuitry and connectors necessary to allow Digilent Pmods to be plugged directly in without the hassle of messy wires and cables. The Pmod Shield has five 2x6 Digilent Pmod ports and provides access to the I/O available via the shield headers. 

  • Compatible with the uC32, WF32, Wi-FIRE, PYNQ, Arty boards
  • Provides access to our full line of peripheral modules (Pmod)
  • Five 2x6-pin Digilent Pmod connectors with GPIO, SPI, UART, and I2C support
  • One additional 6-pin SPI connector
  • One I2C daisy chain connector
  • Pmod Shield
  • Custom Digilent cardboard box with protective foam

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    Pmod Shield

    Posted by Andy on 25th Oct 2022

    Firstly, do not mistake this as a Pmod expansion board for Arduino products. It is designed to expand the accessibility of the Arduino style headers on the Arty series of Digilent boards. As the range of Pmod boards grows, this is a perfect solution when designing a highly integrated system and saves all that fiddling around with jumper wires. It's a shame this product is being discontinued because it's a must for any serious Arty fan.

  • 1
    Useless as an I2C PMOD slave device to Arduino.

    Posted by Digilent Customer on 2nd May 2019

    The picture shown with header JE plugging in an I2C board is just wrong. The board isn't wired like that. There is no spot to plug an I2C device in