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I bought this cute case for the Raspberry Pi. It's made by Italian company Italtronic, in the UK avalable from CPC. They have cases for different Pis. Mine is for the B+.     Assembly  It's easy. There's no Ikea-style manual though, so you may get it wrong the first time. The only tool required is a screwdriver. The Pi is locked in place with 2 screws (included). Some attention is needed: wait with assembling the black rail mount spring until the box is assembled and close ...
As you know, Raspberry Pi doesn't have native ADC, DAC, CAN Bus controller and other low-level peripherals found in most modern microcontrollers(MCU), such as STM32, Arduino Due, Teensy dev board. Normally this issue is ensured through external modules added to Raspberry Pi board. These are I2C and SPI modules like MCP3008(ADC chip), MCP2515(CAN bus), MCP4725(DAC) and other MCPXXX-like boards. But if you use an MCU for these purposes you have multiple peripherals at the same time. However, th ...
Wood Case for the Raspberry Pi 4. 5V Raspberry Pi Fan from Adafruit. USB SNES Style Game Controller from Element14 Store. ...

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