This beautiful black matte laser-cut case is specifically designed to house a Raspberry Pi (Rev. 1 or 2) with an optional 'Nwazet Pi Power Supply'.
It also accommodates our right-angle stereo cable as well as the 'Nwazet Pi IR Receiver'.
The vents ensure that the electronics within the case will have sufficient air flow to stay cool.
The case ships with the fasteners required to secure the Raspberry Pi and the optional power supply, a clear light pipe and rubber feet.
The back of the case has four standard VESA 75 screw holes that make it possible to mount your device on the back of a monitor.
Last but not least, it has been scientifically proven to pass the 'Living Room Aesthetics Test' 99.99% of the time (a.k.a 'The Spouse Test') ;-)
- Black matte acrylic
- Assembly time: about 15 minutes
- Stereo cable routed to the back of the case
- Features vents above the power supply and below the Raspberry Pi
- Works with any Raspberry Pi model B (even your original rev. 1)
- Outer dimensions: 154mm x 104.5mm x 31.4mm
- Inner dimensions: 140mm x 90.25mm x 25.4mm (may vary due to thickness variations on acrylic plates)
- VESA 75 mounting holes
- GPIO ribbon cable slot
- 3mm thick black acrylic case (6 pieces)
- 3mm thick clear acrylic light pipe (1 piece)
- 4 hex nuts
- 16 screws
- 8 hex aluminum standoffs
- 4 corner / edge nylon standoffs
- 4 rubber feet
- Please follow this step-by-step guide to assemble the case
This power supply is designed to provide the Raspberry Pi with a clean and stable power source from a 9V wall-wart. As you may know, the Raspberry Pi can become unstable when used with power-hungry USB devices and this power supply will provide the head room needed to keep your setup running smoothly. For Raspberry Pi hackers out there, this power supply also features two additional voltage regulators, respectively outputting 800mA at 3.3v and 5V on power rails conveniently accessible through a vertical JST connector, as well as a standard 0.1" pin header. The center position on the power connectors (JST and pin header) is reserved for ground and it is common with the Raspberry Pi's ground.
This compact adapter bridges standard USB A and Micro USB female plugs, from a USB power supply to a microcontroller, Raspberry Pi or phone. Its two male plugs are the shortest path between power and your device, for those cases where a cable just won't do.
This little board plugs right into the Raspberry Pi's GPIO connector and decodes infrared signals sent to it from just about any generic IR remote control. This IR receiver is tuned for a 38kHz carrier frequency but it will accept IR frequencies slightly above or below that at the cost of a reduced range. The IR stream is fed to the Raspberry Pi on GPIO #18, which is the default pin used by the Raspberry Pi's LIRC GPIO driver. If you're not familiar with LIRC, be sure to check out the project page.
So, you're building a cool Internet radio player or streaming audio around the house using a Raspberry Pi? This cable is perfect when you need to output quality stereo sound and thanks to its right-angle jack, you'll be able to keep your build neat with the cord tucked-in closely to the computer.