Some new arrivals from a new PCB supplier, they look pretty good so far. I’ve got a couple of new designs to push through in Feb, an updated version on the popular DIO board as well as a low cost version for the PI Zero. Currently going through test and engineering sample lot production. The new DIO H board now fits all Pi models including the Pi V4 and has more efficient drive FETs. The ‘H’ denoted the boards comply with the HAT specification mechanically, but lack the onboard ID EPROM required by the HAT specification. I’m hoping the Zero board will be popular as a lower cost option, it has 4 inputs and 8 outputs so should be a useful little board,

I had a few big orders in January and then forgot about Chinese new year (again!) which I just about managed to work around all the supply chain problems that generated!