New Updated Version - Compatible with both Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 with Dual Light Pipes! The ModMyPi Modular Raspberry Pi case!
ModMyPi's new deluxe Raspberry Pi 2/3 Model B case is a fully customizable and adaptable modular unit aimed to suit a range of Raspberry Pi applications. Designed with a stealth look and integrated LED lights pipes, it’s the perfect accessory to any Raspberry Pi enthusiast’s toolkit!
The Modular Case comes equipped with a range of customizable modular features including optional optical window, stackable 10mm spacer plates, micro SD card cover, dual-use USB & HDMI security shroud, secure screw locking, VESA adaptors, and internal SD card holder.
Spacer plates are designed to be stacked up to 5 spacers high, so you can grow your Pi case with your project! Additional Screws are Required for more than 1 Spacer.
- Raspberry Pi 2/3 Model B and B+ Two-Part (Lid & Base) Plastic Case
- LED Status Light Pipes
- Stealth Streamlined Look - Spouse Tested & Confirmed
- Clip Fit Raspberry Pi Mount with Optional Screw Locking (Included)
- Positive and Secure Case Locking via Screws (Included)
- Designed for Hacking - Extra Large Internal Room for Breakout Boards
- Airflow - Internal Volume Perfect for Adding Heat Sinks & Keeping your Pi Cool
- GPIO 40 Pin Ribbon Cable Slot
- CSI Camera Cable Cable Slot
- DSI LCD Video Cable Slot
- GPIO Fly-Through Cable Slot for Smart Power Supply Switches
- Additional Internal SD Card Holder
- In-Built Four Point 50mm M3 Mount & Two Point 40mm M3 Wall Mount Features
- Matt Finish Body with Gloss Cap
- Optical See-Through Window (Clear Version Only)
- Available in a Range of Colours Including Black, Blue, Clear, White and Raspberry
- Designed in the UK
- Strong & Durable ABS Plastic
- Length: 104.95mm
- Width: 74.95mm
- Height: 36.00mm
Internal Dimensional Volume for Breakout Boards
- Length: 90.00mm
- Width: 58.50mm
- Height*: 25.70mm (*Measured from Top of RPi PCB to Internal Top of Lid)
- Internal Volume HAT Compliant
Modular Add-On Options Include the Following
- Micro SD Card Cover
- Flush, Lockable and Tamper-Proof.
- Secure your Micro SD Card from Probing Fingers
- Protect your Micro SD Card from Accidental Knocks & Bangs
- 10mm Stackable Spacers
- Makes Your Case Compatible with 99% of Breakout Boards
- Spacers Raise Internal Height by 10mm Enabling the Case to Grow with your Project
- Spacers can be Stacked Increasing Internal Height by up to 50mm or more!
- Great for Embedded Applications, and Hobbyist Projects
- USB & HDMI Security Cover
- Dual-Use - Compatible with Either Set of I/O Ports e.g. HDMI or USB Side
- Secure and Tamper-Proof
- RJ45 & Micro USB Power Breakout Hatches
- Off-Set to Enable the Use & Internal Protection of up to 4 Nano USB Dongles!
- VESA Mounts
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