Polycase's New Enclosure Keeps the Raspberry Pi Microcomputer Safe for Aspiring Programmers
Pi Series plastic case holds PCB captive with access and labeling for all board components
Avon, Ohio, October 4, 2012 – Polycase® announces the release of their new ABS plastic case for the Raspberry Pi microcomputer. The Pi Series case is an affordable ABS plastic enclosure for the credit-card sized computer with pricing as low as $9.29 per unit with no minimum order requirement.
Molded in black flame-retardant ABS plastic with a flame rating of UL94-5VA, this curvaceous enclosure brings an attractive new look to the market. The compact enclosure measures 3.0 x 4.0 x 1.4 inches. Designed to fit the Raspberry Pi Model B, the Pi Series holds the PCB captive with access and labeling for each individual component of the board. Included with the enclosure are 5 flush mounted light pipes that project light from the board’s LEDs out of the end panel on the case. The textured finish on the cases is resistant to fingerprints and scratching.
To aid in the devolvement of projects and applications, Polycase provides 2D drawings and a 3D model of the Raspberry Pi plastic enclosure for instant download directly from their website at www.polycase.com/pi-series. Polycase also offers CNC machining and custom printing on all enclosures. For more information about Polycase’s value-added services, visit http://www.polycase.com/customize-enclosures.
*Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation
Polycase has been manufacturing enclosure solutions in the United States for the electronics industry since 1951. Polycase continues to grow and innovate, expanding their product line and services to anticipate electronics designers' needs. The company offers over 2100 variations of enclosures from simple potting boxes to heavy-duty industrial electronic enclosures. For more information on Polycase, contact PRmedia@polycase.com or visit www.polycase.com.
About Raspberry Pi:
The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized, ultra-low-cost Linux computer designed with the goal of teaching computer programming to kids. The microcomputer was developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, a UK registered charity that was established to promote the study of computer science and related topics and to put the fun back into learning programming.