20x4, 16x2 LCD case for Raspberry Pi 2/3 model B / Pi 1 Model B+ Pi Zero, Arduino Uno or Mega 256Designed by PanCalculus in United Kingdom
For assembly instructions please click on the Documentation link below This enclosure is designed to take a 20x4 LCD panel or a 16x2 LCD Panel and a Raspberry pi Zero,Rasperry Pi Model 2/3, B or Mo...Read More…
This enclosure is designed to take a 20x4 LCD panel or a 16x2 LCD Panel and a Raspberry pi Zero,Rasperry Pi Model 2/3, B or Model B+ and of course an Arduino Uno or Mega, the cutouts for the Arduino are for the normal square type USB port. The enclosure works with the popular 20x4 LCD module often listed as 60mmx98mm or 60mmx99mm. The 20x4 cutout size is 97.3mmx40.2mm and the 3mm diamter hole pitch is 93mmx55mm which suits most of the modules on ebay. The 16x2 is equally popular and is often described as a 80mmx35mm or thereabouts. The 16x2 cutout size is 71.2mmx24.3mm and the 3mm diamter hole pitch is 75mmx31mm which again suits most of the modules on ebay but please check first.The Pi Zero, Raspberry Pi or Arduino bolts to the bottom plate of the enclosure the Pi and Pi Zero are mounted on 5mm spacers which allows room for air circulation. The Arduino is mounted on 3mm spacers, there are also ventilation holes cut in the bottom plus a gap between the back plate and the top to allow air to escape. If you require a custom hole to be added please ask as this should be easy to do.
When ordered with no cutouts this means no side cutouts and mounting holes on the bottom plate there is of course still a cutout for the screen you selected.
When ordered with the six buttons these are push to make buttons and one of each colour is provided.
The enclosure is supplied flat and you assemble it your self, it is designed to stay together with friction interference fit, however small amounts of cynoacrylate can be used for a very strong joint.
Not if any of the cynoacrylate (super glue) gets where you don't want it wipe it away so it is as this thin as possible, then you can use a nail varnish removing wipe to remove the residue leaving the perspex with a lovely shine.
Any questions let us know and of course if you want to put you own scratch built PCB in just select the option without cutouts.
4x M3x14mm Stainless bolts for the LCD 4x M3 BZP nuts 4x 5mm Spacers to recess the LCD this makes it look much better
2x M3x12mm Stainless Bolts for the sliding catch. 1x Sliding Latch 2x M3 Nylock nuts 2x M3 Washers
4x Clear Soft Self Adhesive Plastic Feet
8 Perspex enclosure panels
And when ordered with the cutouts for the Pi and Pi Zero
4x M2.5x12mm BZP Bolts for the Raspberry pie 4x5mm Spacers to support the PCB properly 4x M2.5 BZP Nuts
And when ordered with the cutouts for the Arduino
4x M2x12mm BZP Bolts 4x 3mm Spacers to support the PCB properly 4x M2 BZP nuts
And of course when any of the above is selected with buttons.
6x Push to make buttons colours are red black blue green yellow white
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