That's great, thanks for your reply.Michael J wrote:I use heatsinks like these (http://www.ebay.de/itm/3-passende-Kuhlk ... 2a2413c32a) and my Raspi fits into the Pibow case very well.
The Raspberry Pi fits in the Altoids mint tin, the FAQ is wrong (at least for the Chinese model B I just received via element14). You have to drill holes for the connectors and SD card anyway, just use your same mad Dremel skills on the corner where you’re placing the ethernet port. Yes, the top will close nicely, see https://pbs.twimg.com/media/A92B5tsCEAAG2h9.jpg and https://pbs.twimg.com/media/A92BJfWCEAAyFz5.jpg . I placed a gift card underneath the Pi for insulation — works great.caulktel wrote:What about using this case? It is slightly larger than an Altoids tin so might work.
Thanks! Hey, look, it's only a year later that I post again...MINKIN2 wrote:jawhn said:
Well, I am hoping to fit mine into an old Atari 2600 cartridge... I have seen several other people had the same idea.
I even designed a label for it. Whaddya think? I'm planning on printing a few of these up soon...
Loving the CX-2601 Combat cart design mate Have you made a top label too?
Nice case, but can you ship in France ?CPC.co.uk wrote:
Now in stock at CPC!!
Excellent DIN rail/Wall mounting case for the Raspberry Pi. Very robust using UL94V-0 polycarbonate housing material with a clear transparent window. Suitable for industrial/commercial environments.
http://cpc.farnell.com/hitaltech/25-041 ... tt=en83317
Any questions do not hesitate to ask!
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