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BUD INDUSTRIES  PS-11591  ENCLOSURE, RASPBERRY PI, SNAP-IN, PLASTIC, RED

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  • Manufacturer: BUD INDUSTRIES
  • Newark Part No.: 92T3300
  • Manufacturer Part No PS-11591

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  • Body Color: Red
  • Enclosure Material: Plastic
  • Enclosure Type: PCB Box
  • External Depth - Imperial: 5.12"
  • External Depth - Metric: 130mm
  • External Height - Imperial: 2.52"
  • External Height - Metric: 64mm
  • External Width - Imperial: 3.35"
  • External Width - Metric: 85mm
  • Highest NEMA Rating: Not Rated
  • IP Rating: Not Rated
  • SVHC: No SVHC (20-Jun-2013)

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BUD INDUSTRIES - PS-11591 - ENCLOSURE, RASPBERRY PI, SNAP-IN, PLASTIC, RED 2.2 5 30 30
avoid this case The raspberry pi will dislocate inside the case, leaving it to flop around inside. If i add an ethernet, usb, or any connection really the board will dislocate inside. Only slightly redeeming quality is that it's large enough to allow my camera module to be used with it. August 21, 2013
Flimsy Case, get something better I bought this with my pi and it's flimsy and hard to use. Yesterday I broke off 2 of the pins. The board sits on a tiny ledge in the center of the box and is not secure. It's ok if you just put everything in and leave it but I'm testing different OS's and keep unplugging it and putting in different SD cards. I'm now looking for something a little more robust. July 17, 2013
Not Very Good I bought one of these for my first Pi. The board fits very loosely and falls out of it's mounting whenever I transport it. I would not recommend this item. April 29, 2013
Poor Design As others have said, this case is too big, does not hold the Pi firmly, and is difficult to take apart for fear of breakage; and you will have to take it apart frequently to re-seat the Pi in its flimsy plastic holders. There are other cases that work better. It is cheap, though, so dumping it into a recycle bin doesn't hurt too much. April 15, 2013
Not worth it I bought one for my PI and it is totally worthless...the PI sits on top of 4 pegs and will not stay put .....very cheap....and the shipping is as much as the unit almost.... i have it on the shelf and thinking of the recycle bin for it March 20, 2013
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Unless you mean that if you take it apart, and because the two sides are identical, they can separately hold two Raspberry Pi's. I tried the Pi upside down and I tried reversing them, no dice.
Is this is a product claim? If so can you demonstrate how this can be accomplished?

To be clear the review in question by BUD references comments made by PC mag, in what looks like a claim of a product feature: "The design also makes it possible for the case to hold two Raspberry Pi units at once, in case you have an eye on constructing a doubly powerful PC." - BUD quoting PC Mag
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The PI Sandwich enclosure(rectangular unit), the tops and bottom are identical so a board can be mounted in both the top and the bottom.
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Will Pi with attached PiFace daughterboard fit in this case?
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Pi with attached PiFace daughter board does not fit in this case, rather you can use an IDC ribbon extension cable which can be brought out of the PI enclosed in a case.

Newark #44W3466 is an 26 pin GPIO Raspberry pi ribbon cable.
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BUD INDUSTRIES

ENCLOSURE, RASPBERRY PI, SNAP-IN, PLASTIC, RED

ENCLOSURE, RASPBERRY PI, SNAP-IN, PLASTIC, RED; Enclosure Type:PCB Box; Enclosure Material:Plastic; Body Color:Red; External Height - Imperial:2.56"; External Height - Metric:65mm; External Width - Imperial:6.35"; IP Rating:Not Rated;RoHS Compliant: Yes

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