February 11, 2013 AT 5:30 am

Industruino Mounting Solutions

Industruino

Arduino-hacking meets the electrical contractor in this handy project to tame your Arduino projects for physical installation — looks like a great option for those creating interactive artwork and long-term development where you need to protect the routing and cabling from curious, “helpful” fingers.

From Industruino:

Industruino is great in any situation where you want to give your Arduino based project a permanent home, which is rugged (no more dangly wires) and affordable.

Industruino aims to give tinkerers/makers the means to quickly install an Arduino based solution anywhere they previously thought of doing so, but had resisted to sacrifice a precious development board.

Applications

  • Home automation
  • Interactive installations
  • Research projects
  • Product integration
  • Rapid prototyping of electronics
  • Interactivity/electronics teaching

Industruino is an Arduino compatible board housed in a DIN-rail mountable casing. The system is split into two PCB boards, the main control board at the top and an empty prototyping board at the bottom. The two boards are connected to each other with a FFC cable.

By default all I/O pins are routed to the detachable screw connectors on the bottom board. These connections can be re-routed, for use inside on the proto-board, by removing the 0Ω resistors.

Read more.

IndustruinoExploded

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1 Comment

  1. Hi Matt & Adafruit Team,

    Thank you very much for posting about our little project! We are very excited about it!
    We’re currently hard at work at further improving Industruino and can’t wait to hear what the community thinks about it.

    Best Regards,

    Loic

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