The most natural fit was to pair EAGLE with a top development board such as the Raspberry Pi 2. With all this in mind we are proud to announce our EAGLE Make Personal + Raspberry Pi 2 bundle for a low price. In other words, you're getting a free Raspberry Pi 2 with your EAGLE Make Personal order. You are now empowered to design and customize your own add-on board!
Our goal is to motivate you to develop your own add on boards (HAT) for the Raspberry Pi. If you're tired of hooking up your circuits through a breadboard to the Raspberry Pi, EAGLE can facilitate you taking your design to the next level. It enables you to make your breadboard project into your own PCB. On top, Raspberry Pi libraries are already available in EAGLE format, so it makes it much easier to start your design project.
CadSoft are passionate about helping others and aim to provide software tools that will promote creativity in the electronics industry and that are accessible to all engineers at a personal or professional level.
With the EAGLE Make product line, CadSoft introduces a brand new product portfolio for engineers that are just getting started with PCB design or are just starting out on a new commercial venture. Our EAGLE Make portfolio offers you flexibility with full functionality at great value.
System block diagram:
LS . Choice to add R for extra cost
Updates (major release)
Raspberry Pi 2:
Raspberry Pi2 is a credit card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard, its like a little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word processing and games.
Broadcom BCM2836 ARMv7 Quad Core Processor powered Single Board Computer running at 900MHz
1GB RAM so you can now run bigger and more powerful applications
Identical board layout and footprint as the Model B+, so all cases and 3rd party add-on boards designed for the Model B+ will be fully compatible.
Fully HAT compatible
40pin extended GPIO to enhance your "real world" projects
10/100 Ethernet Port to quickly connect the Raspberry Pi to the Internet