The comprehensive Raspberry Pi GPIO Pinout guide, now with Raspberry Pi Model B+ and Raspberry Pi 2
This GPIO Pinout isn't meant to be printable, but it's both a great quick-reference and a comprehensive guide to your Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins.
What do these numbers mean, anyway?
- BCM - Broadcom pin number, commonly called "GPIO", these are the ones you probably want to use with RPi.GPIO
- WiringPi - Wiring Pi pin number, for Gordon's Wiring Pi library
- Physical - Number corresponding to the pins physical location on the header
To celebrate the launch of the Pi 2 and the new Pi-enthusiasts it'll bring, Pinout has been updated to be cleaner, more comprehensive and more accurate and will continue to be improved.
Now that the Raspberry Pi Model B Plus is here, I've updated Pinout with the 14 extra pins you'll find on your shiny new board.
Note: While I've placed a gap to visually separate the additional 14 pins on the B+, you wont find this gap on the actual board!