Arduino Uno Case Enclosure

SKU: ACC-035-Black

Colour: Black
Sale priceR 35.25

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Arduino Uno Enclosure

The Arduino Uno is the undisputed champion of all development boards, why would you not want to keep your board safe and sound inside this clear plastic enclosure? These cases protect your Arduino Uno from things like rogue wires that might short it out while still allowing full access to the board! Simply snap the Uno into the bottom half of the enclosure, then snap the two sides together.

As you may have noticed, these enclosures are actually transparent. The enclosures are perfect for letting you see your Arduino Uno and make any needed adjustments easily.

The enclosure provides slots to access each header, USB port, power jack, the reset button,  the AREF and ICSP connectors, as well as feet and vents to ensure the board gets proper cooling and slide-in wall mounting slots. All of the status LEDs on the Uno are visible through the case thanks to light pipes embedded in the design. This is a really durable case that will do a great job protecting your Arduino Uno!


Easy access to the ports on the MCU, including power, USB port, and all I/O connections.
Protects Arduino from external shock, scratches, and dust.
Pressable button piece to press the reset button
Measures: 79mm x 60mm x 24mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Ross A.
Great cover

As a value for money simple case, this is FANTASTIC. The fit is perfect, it allows me to get to everything I need to, I can mount the box on a backing board and it gives good general protection. I only wish I had bought a couple more.

Eugene S.

Works well

It fits but it is flimsy.

One of the clips that locks the bottom port into the top part doesn't work great and comes loose often. There were some parts I had to cut off to make the enclosure fit, parts that weren't properpy filed off after the plastic mold was casted. It was blocking the top part of the enclosure from going over the USB cable connection on the Arduino board. Once I removed it, the top cover could be fitted correctly.

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