Adafruit has created dozens and dozens of Feathers and Wings, but there's a chance we haven't made the exact Wing you want. And that's totally fine! We've specifically designed the Feather system so that you can create your own custom circuitry, and move it from Feather to Feather.

Here are just a few examples of Feathers and Wings created by the community. 

If you'd like to make your own Feather or Wing, check out our GitHub account and search for Feather and PCB to get open source designs that you can use to base your own design on

Community Feathers

Particle has introduced three processor boards with built-in communications:

Maxim developed their latest IoT platform dev boards to be Feather compatible. Given the pinout, it should be compatible with almost all Wings

The Wilderness Labs Meadow board contains a STM32F7 processor running .NET with WiFi and Bluetooth.

Some Community Wings

Capable Robot Components supplies the SenseTemp board in FeatherWing format. 

SenseTemp is an open source, four-channel temperature sensor designed for instrumenting electronics. It uses extremely accurate platinum resistive temperature detector (RTD) elements which are small enough to place directly on ICs, heatsinks, and other points of interest on an electronic circuit board.

The Particle Classic Adapter allows classic Particle accessories to connect to the Feather formatted Particle boards.

Dan Watson also has a RFM-style module breakout FeatherWing, when you don't mind implementing LoRaWAN in-chip

Tisham also has for sale a ATM90E26 FeatherWing for more advanced power monitoring available for purchase at Tindie.

PatternAgents Agent-DRV2605 FeatherWing contains a TI DRV2605L Haptic Driver and ADI ADXL345 Accelerometer.

The Agent-DA7280 has a DialogSemi DA7280L Haptic Driver and ADI ADXL345 Accelerometer.  

This guide was first published on May 14, 2017. It was last updated on Mar 08, 2024.

This page (Community Feathers & Wings) was last updated on Mar 08, 2024.

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