July 28, 2010 AT 4:02 pm

NEW PRODUCT! Enclosure for Arduino – Electronics enclosure!

Arduinocase Lrg

Arduinocaseinside Lrg

Arduinocasegps Lrg

BIG NEWS! We are very excited to have one of the first (and we think the best) Enclosure for Arduino an electronics project box! Here are all the details!

  • Dimensions: 3.6″ x 5″ x 1.35″
  • Injection molded ABS plastic
  • Enclosure is easy to machine, drill, cut and shape to what you need
  • Brass screw inserts (can be used and reused many times, very durable!)
  • Fits standard Arduinos and 16 x 2 LCDs
  • Fits Arduino with Adafruit Protoshield for Arduino with .45″ clearance
  • Pop out plates for GPS, buttons, sensors, switches, knobs, etc!
  • Holds up to 4 AAA batteries internally
  • Comes with screws
  • Made in Canada!

In stock and shipping immediately! If you’re a reseller we have reseller pricing on these too – log in to your reseller account!

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6 Comments

  1. Do you care to show us the project you used to test your GPS receivers? I think this would be great for basic geocached goodness. I guess that;s the ones in the photos… maybe toss something on github :)

  2. Is it possible to use with ethernet shield, of course with some cut in black plastic.

  3. kevin, we’ll have a tutorial soon with code and wiring.

    bob, we don’t think so, the ethernet shield is very tall! you -might- be able to do it if you cut down the over-long header pins but even then its probably too tall.

  4. Couldn’t you have reversed it and put all the threaded posts in the front and the screw holes in the back?

  5. having a single-piece enclosure keeps the price low and manufacturability high – especially for small niche items like this!

  6. Wow, somehow I missed the fact that the back and the front were the same thing. What would be weird would be putting two LCD’s in there one on either side (if they would fit).

    How about some soft plastic plugs to fit flush in the screw holes (but easy enough to pry out to open when necessary)? Maybe only two of the screws are enough to keep the halves together (if they mate well enough).

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