|Item Weight||1.06 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.09 x 3.11 x 1.61 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.09 x 3.11 x 1.61 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||March 27, 2017|
Official Raspberry Pi Zero W Case
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|Item Weight||30 Grams|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.09 x 3.11 x 1.61 inches|
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- Compatible with Raspberry Pi Zero W. Super-slimline profile
- The Raspberry Pi Zero Case has been designed to fit both the Pi Zero and the Pi Zero W.
- The case consists of two parts. It has a standard base featuring a cut-out to allow access to the GPIO, and a choice of three lids: a plain lid, a GPIO lid (allowing access to the GPIO from above), and a camera lid (which, when used with the short camera cable supplied, allows the Raspberry Pi Camera or Camera Noir to be fitted neatly inside it).
- 1 x base, 3 x lids (plain, GPIO, camera), 1 x short camera cable, 4 x rubber feet
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Also, not that a pi zero runs super hot, but some of the cases out there that come with a heatsink is a nice added bonus. For my money, I switched to the zebra zero heatsink cases. They're a little more work but overall I like them better.
UPDATE: I've used this for several months now and still really love this case. I would however change two things... the camera cover will not accept my Raspberry Pi Camera v1.3 at all. It won't snap in all the way because the lens mount is slightly larger on the 1.3 than the newer Pi cameras. It could just be me but something to consider. The other thing is that you can't remove the SD card without removing the Pi from the case. Not a huge deal but would be nice for those running different OS's. Overall a cool case and I'd buy another one in a minute.
The material is really good, the colors are nice (never thought I'd actually like the red and white.) The camera top is my favorite.
I wish it had a small mounting hole on the back so I could put it up against the wall with the camera top on, but overall A+ case.
Now make a black one RPi
Update: Months in and I still just absolutely love this case. No reason to make this update except I wanted to counter the 1 stars and say this is absolutely my favorite case out of any I have, and it's so simple.
The biggest issue is that it makes the HDMI port a bit harder to get a good connection with, if I nudge my Zero a bit, sometimes the video will disconnect because it's not fully plugged in (since the case introduces a small gap).
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The only problem I have is mounting the camera on the inside. It might be the camera board I'm using but it won't sit on the posts securely. It's not a massive problem though and I can't deduct a star for it when the cost is so low anyway.
The only problem is that the official Raspberry Pi revision 1.3 camera does not fit correctly. It seems that the lens housing is too deep so the module does not sit flush on the locating pins. It still fits in there, but it may end up be slightly off centre. However it's an issue that definitely needs to be addressed, which is why I have taken a star off my review.
Other than that, the case includes a perfect length camera cable and four small self adhesive rubber feet to stick to the underside of the case, which go some way towards stopping it from moving around, but due to the extremely light weight of the Pi Zero you will probably find that just the weight of the power cable will cause it to slide around on smooth surfaces.
The positioning of cut outs for the ports and GPIO pins is perfect and allows access to all of them regardless of which lid you select.
In terms of durability, I don't think the case would stand up to any serious abuse or be suitable for an industrial environment, but for an indoor home project it's almost perfect.
Overall, I'd happily buy another of these, especially if they revise the lid to fit the latest camera modules.
If you're doing what I've shown in the photo and using the case to hold a camera then I suggest installing the camera cable prior to putting the Pi into the case. The camera then clips snugly into the lid and the whole thing fits together into a neat package.
Just remember to set up your ssh connection and wpa_supplicant.conf files on the sd card before putting it all together or you'll spend longer disassemling it than it took to put together in the first place.
No need to say any more except they are very easy to put together without any screws!