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Raspberry Pi 2B/3B with Wolfson audio card all-metal DESKTOP Case

This case is designed to fit the Raspberry Pi 2 model B and the Raspberry Pi 3 model B computers with Wolfson audio card attached. It is a free-standing desktop case with four feet. The case offers entirely-metal sturdy design intended to protect the Pi while providing full and easy access to all outside connectors and LEDs. There is also a dedicated opening for the display and camera ribbon cables. Memory cards can be changed without hassle thanks to the dedicated opening for the memory card slot. The Pi is attached by using included M2.5 screws. Case surface has powder coating finish.

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Mount Free standing desktop
Material Steel
Finish Powder coating
Size 60 x 35.3 x 92 mm
(2.36 x 1.39 x 3.62 in)
Size including feet 60 x 39 x 92 mm
(2.36 x 1.53 x 3.62 in)
Weight 81 g
Accessible connectors 3.5 mm jacks Headset, Line In, Line Out, RCA jacks SPDIF In, SPDIF Out, Power (audio card), LAN, USB, A/V, HDMI, Power (Pi)
Cape model Wolfson Audio Card
Raspberry Pi models(1) Pi 2 model B
Pi 3 model B
Raspberry Pi attached by M2.5 screws x 4
LEDs visible ALL
Memory card accessible Yes
Opening for display and camera cables Yes
Intended use Indoor only
Standard colors
Assembly: 1.

Open the case and remove all screws;


Attach audio card to the Pi FIRST;


Insert left side of the Pi/Audio card assembly, where HDMI, USB and audio 3.5 mm jacks are, into the case;


You may need to pull GENTLY front wall to let front USB connectors fit. The front wall will simply return to its original position in a spring-like manner assuming that it wasn’t pulled too far (about 1 mm is enough). DO NOT use tools!


Push Pi/Audio card assembly towards left wall where HDMI, USB and audio 3.5 mm jacks are;


Push right side of the Pi/Audio card assembly (opposite to HDMI, USB and audio 3.5 mm jacks) down;


Fix 3 Pi screws. Better do not use 4-th one, which fells under audio card;


Close the case and fix 4 cover screws.

Notes: 1.

This case is NOT suitable for Raspberry Pi 1;


Because case metal is relatively thin, please be careful when inserting cover screws and do not overtighten them;


Do not use solvents for cleaning the case as this can damage the paint finish, use wet cloth instead;


Indoor use only!


Color rendition may depend on monitor, camera settings and lighting, please refer to the RAL chart to get a review of the color. Different colors and further customization are possible by request;


Raspberry Pi and Audio card are not included!

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