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  1. I desperately want to connect three devices to a Raspberry Pi3 that has a single Pmod HAT Adapter fitted to it. The devices are all SPI types: Pmod AD1 Pmod ISNS20 Pmod TC1 I can only run 2x devices since ports JA(A) and JB(A) both support SPI, but JC(A) does not. Is stacking of Pmod HAT Adapters allowed or can I connect an SPI device directly to the open GPIO pins? I would greatly appreciate any advice! Even if NOPE is an answer...
  2. Hi everyone Our senior design team is doing a project and we need to use 3 pmod ia on raspberry pi at the same time. Now I have questions following: 1. Does JA, JB, and JC all support pmod IA 2. I need the way to control three pmod IA, but I pmod IA is not in the design spark pmod supported list. Does that mean I can't use design spark to control pmod IA. 3. Since design spark might not work with pmod IA, I read the question of @mbvalentin, that's the only example of pmod working on raspberry pi I could find, but does the wiringPi still work if I use a hat between pmod IA and Raspberry Pi. Thanks.