Raspberry Pi GPIO Card

RPi_B+_GPIO_Card_Mikael-LevenWhenever working with the GPIO ports of your Raspberry Pi you face challenge to remember which pin corresponds to what. E.g. which pins do I use when connecting a SPI device or where do I find the GPIO #17 pin?

To assist this I have put together a printable GPIO Card you easily can fit directly on your GPIO header. Although initially made for the 40 pin GPIO header of the A+, B+ and the version 2 model B boards, you could easily fit it on a version 1 model B rev 2 board as well (simply ignore the last 14 pins).

Download printable Raspberry Pi 2B / B+ / A+ GPIO Card (pdf)

After printing use a needle, paperclip or any thin metal pin to punch out the center of each GPIO pin on the paper and then mount into through the GPIO header on your Pi board.


  • Raspberry Pi 1 Model B rev 2
  • Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+
  • Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+
  • Raspberry Pi 2 Model B