This is an enclosure for a do-it-yourself project to make a programmable thermostat with the Raspberry Pi, a credit-card sized computer costing about 35 €. I was frustrated by a low-cost thermostat which has only one daily program with just two temperatures. Time accuracy was of a quarter of an hour and temperature accuracy above one Celsius degree.
See more details on my blog: Programmable Thermostat with the Raspberry Pi
This case accomodates:
- Raspberry Pi Model B v.2 (PCB 56 x 85 mm, two mounting holes)
- Relays module, SainSmart-like (PCB 39 x 51 mm, holes at 33.5 x 45.5 mm)
- Nokia LCD module PCD8544 (PCB 43.5 x 43.0, holes at 40 x 39 mm)
- Mini push button (mounting hole 6.2 mm)
- Coaxial power plug 2.1 mm (mounting hole 8.2 mm)
Screw holes are for 2.5 mm screws (Raspberry Pi and relay modules) and for 2.0 mm screws (LCD module).