Raspberry Pi Zero 2 WH
Imagine a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W. Now add a professionally soldered header done with love by our team in Sydney. Boom, that’s the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 WH! It’s your same great-tasting Pi, with a brand-new…crust? It’s perfect for everyone who doesn’t own a soldering iron or who wants the soldering legwork done for them.
What you can do with the Zero 2 WH
What can’t you do? Am I right?! The small size of the Zero W makes it perfect for projects with minimal wiggle-room. In such projects, some people have no need for GPIO pins — they simply solder directly to the board. However, there are many instances where you do want a header on your Zero 2 W, for example in order to easily take advantage of the GPIO expander tool for Debian Stretch on a PC or Mac.
Other uses for a Zero 2 W with a header
The GPIO expander setup is just one of a multitude of uses for a Raspberry Pi Zero W with a header. You may want the header for prototyping before you commit to soldering wires directly to a board. Or you may have a temporary build in mind for your Zero W, in which case you won’t want to commit to soldering wires to the board at all.