New here, and my first post is a pretty dumb question, I think. I’m trying to get two HATs (Unicorn HD and Pan Tilt) working at once, using a spare female header (to sit on the Pi) and a bunch of wires with male header pins attached. If it works, I’ll blob on some (not too) hot glue to keep the wires a little more secure. Pinout.xyz says both HATs need 5V from pin 2. So the dumb question is: will either HAT notice if its power comes from pin 4 (but is still supplied to pin 2) instead?
I could easily solder a couple of wires together to branch off pin 2 if needed, but I think that won’t look as neat as using a separate pin for each HATs power, and there’s a bigger chance of stress on either wire dislodging both of them. Both pins simply supply 5V, right? And the HAT won’t know the difference, as long as it’s coming in via pin 2, right? Is there anything else I should be considering here?