I want to introduce a new project of me. RasPiBox Zero Lite is an enclosure set especially for the Raspberry Pi Zero. You can mount a PiZero and if needed some additional parts to an control cabinet with this kit.
On the following pages you will find a detailed description about the assembly of the RasPiBox Zero Lite kit.
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Step 1: Tools and Materials
- RasPiBox Zero Lite enclosure kit
- Raspberry Pi Zero
- additional electronic parts of your choice
- thin solder wire
- soldering iron with small tip
- side cutting pliers
- needle nose pliers
- medium cross slot screw driver
Step 2: Prepare the Terminal Blocks
Find the terminal blocks, they're grey or blue and come in 2-pin shapes. We'll need to slide
two 2-pin blocks together.
Step 3: Place and Solder Terminal Blocks
We've to put the blocks into the proto plate. Make sure you place them so that the open
ends are facing out as shown
Step 4: Assemble and Solder the 40 Pole Socket
We've to place and solder the 2x20 pin socket for the Raspberry Pi Zero
Step 5: Place and Solder the Schottky Diode and Set the Jumper
Step 6: Assemble the Pi Zero
It's time to solder additional parts to the breadboard and plug the PiZero
Step 7: Mount the Pcb Into the Bottom Shell
Step 8: Mount the 2 Holders for the Din Rail
Step 9: Optional Extensions
It's possible to extend the basic kit with an USB-A socket and an voltage regulator (input voltage 9...35V; output voltage 5V)