Raspberry Pi 5 PCIE to M.2 NVME SSD Hat

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The Raspberry Pi 5 PCIE to M.2 NVME SSD Hat is a powerful and versatile expansion board for your Raspberry Pi 5. With its compact size and easy installation, this hat allows you to connect an M.2 NVME SSD to your Raspberry Pi, providing faster and more reliable data storage. It has a high-performance PCIe bridge and supports various operating systems, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.

Equipped with a durable and high-quality PCB, the Raspberry Pi 5 PCIE to M.2 NVME SSD Hat offers stable and efficient performance for your Raspberry Pi. It also has a built-in LED indicator for easy monitoring and a heatsink for better heat dissipation. With its affordable price and versatile use, this hat is a top choice for expanding the capabilities of your Raspberry Pi. Upgrade to the Raspberry Pi 5 PCIE to M.2 NVME SSD Hat and take your projects to the next level.

Specification of Raspberry Pi 5 PCIE to M.2 NVME SSD Hat:

  • PCIe Support: Compatible with PCIe x1 interface, offering Gen2 and Gen3 modes.
  • SSD compatibility: Supports M.2 M-key interface with 2280, 2242, and 2230 size SSDs, and offers the option to Jerry-rigg a 22110 SSD with zip ties.
  • SSD booting: Enables booting from an NVMe SSD, with options for storage expansion. Alternatively, the system can boot from TF while using the SSD for storage.
  • GPIO compatibility:Features 4x M2.5 fixing holes and a concave design for easy access to the Raspberry Pi 5’s 40Pin GPIO.
  • Bandwidth capacity: Offers a theoretical bandwidth of 5Gbps in PCIe Gen2 mode and 8Gbps in PCIe Gen3 mode
  • Indicators: Includes a power indicator (“PWR”) and an M.2 activation indicator (“ACT”).
  • M.2 power supply: Features a 2A current design, but is limited to 5V/1A as per the Pi 5’s PCIe interface limit. The special version includes auxiliary power of 5V/3A. Typically, the rated current of solid state drives may be 2.5A, 2.7A, or even 3A, but these currents correspond to the limit of X4 mode, Since the Raspberry Pi 5 only supports X1 mode, the actual current used is much less than the rated current, and our design meets the needs of most hard drives.
  • Quality: Utilizes high-quality electronic components and immersion gold process, lead-free production Four M2.5 fixed holes, with a recessed design above the board for easy operation of the 40Pin GPIO
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