The DesignSpark Quattro, the ultimate case for the Raspberry Pi
DesignSpark has had an association with Raspberry Pi for many years and is the go-to place to find great projects such as using your Raspberry Pi and SDR to receive tracking information from Mode-S aeroplane transponders or building a health-service time-saving device.
Continuing with our range of DesignSpark branded Raspberry Pi accessories, which are all available from RS Components, we bring you another case for your Pi, this one, however, is very different to the other DesignSpark Branded cases we have on offer.
This unique case takes protecting your Raspberry Pi to the next level, whilst offering a plethora of expansion opportunities seldom met by other Pi cases, we give you:
Packed with innovation the Quattro gives you:
- Square form factor
- Compatible with Raspberry Pi B+, Pi-2, Pi-3
- Media server function with space for internal 2.5” HDD
- Multiple mount options including VESA
- Non-slip rubber feet
- LED guides for Power & Action on Pi B+ , Pi-2, Pi-3
- Internal space for addition of a HAT
- Internal space for hidden front facing Pi-Camera
- Removable panel for SD card access
- Secure/lockable Top Cover with 4 security screws
- Exceptional ventilation + space for onboard heat-sinks
- Top cover with easy clip system for PCB access if required
- Recessed pockets for access to all external connectors
This range of cases offers heaps of space for expansion, with room for a 2.5 inch HDD, HATs, cameras and with added security and mounting options, available in clear, white, black and red colours.
(136-0229) – White
(136-0232) – Black
(136-0227) – Clear
(136-0234) – Red
(136-0236) – White/red
Bulk purchase options are available for all of the above colour variants, just click on ‘View Similar Products’ on the RS product web page.
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December 4, 2017 13:28
I love the case. It does most things I want from a case. But I do have an issue with the camera holder. The ribbon cable comes out under the pi and has to be bent to get back up to the top, past the sd card, which is awkward. I've already snapped an sd card trying to loop the cable through. If the lens hole was slightly higher, the camera could go in the other way up and the issue would go away. Or is there a trick to this that I'm missing?