PP-11593 - 

Dev Board Enclosure, Raspberry Pi Plate, Red, ABS

PP-11593 - Dev Board Enclosure, Raspberry Pi Plate, Red, ABS
PP-11593 - Dev Board Enclosure, Raspberry Pi Plate, Red, ABS
PP-11593 - Dev Board Enclosure, Raspberry Pi Plate, Red, ABS
PP-11593 - Dev Board Enclosure, Raspberry Pi Plate, Red, ABS

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The PP-11593 is a red Microcomputer Enclosure made of durable and impact resistant ABS with attractive translucent raspberry color. It is designed to accept current version of Raspberry PI microcomputer. Accommodate changes in component relocation on the PCB as well as the potential addition of components. Geared for hobbyist and students to allow ease of access while experimenting. The enclosure is a round version and consists of a base plate and an easy on/off twist-lock cover. Ideal for users who need frequent access to the GPIO Headers (auxiliary 26 pins). This version fully encloses all components without the need for any cutouts.
  • Easy snap-in installation of PCB
  • Well suited for desktop users
  • Four posts allow snap-in assembly of the PCB
  • Centrally located access hub with integral cable management feature


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Nice case but not usable for most folks The BUD "Pi Plate" is cute and red and I bought one but unless you just want to store your Raspberry Pi when not running it is useless. You can not plug in any cables AND put the lid on at the same time. The space inside is too small to have an item plugged in and route the cable out the bottom. Anyone want mine? December 14, 2012
Nice Idea - Doesn't really work Putting your Raspberry Pi in a cool translucent round shell shaped like a Pie with the Pi symbol on it sounds great. The board slides firmly into standoffs from the base which has little legs. The idea is to run the cables through the center "donut" hole on the base and off to their respective peripherals. In practice, however, the hood on standard HDMI, USB, and Audio cables extend past the edges of the lid and it cannot be "closed", making this a glorified "stand". If you get some cables with very small hoods, you might make this work, otherwise I'd pass and look at other options. September 25, 2012
Cable Management Hello, I purchased the Pi Plate enclosure (92T3299) for my Raspberry Pi and discovered that the following combination of cables works well with this enclosure (see attached photo). P/N Description B005WKIR94 Tripp Lite Cat6 Gigabit Left Angle to Straight Patch Cable B003YKX6WW StarTech Micro USB Cable - A to Left-Angle Micro B B006C0PNJK HDE Usb 3.0 Right Angle Male To Female Cable Please share this with others who purchase the Pi Plate enclosure. July 31, 2012
More for a desktop The Pi Plate is not as great as I was hoping. It's not made for portability, which is fine for some. My two big gripes are the lack of space for cables, unless you have 90* connectors, and the lid sits very loose on the base. July 28, 2012
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