Hammond Manufacturing (Cheektowaga, NY) has launched a range of design-specific moulded enclosures to support the new types of credit card sized, low cost bare board computers, which typically run Linux. Although broadly similar in size and shape, there are inevitable differences in the positioning of I/O, power and expansion ports on each design. In some variants, the covers are molded with the required access points. Features include:
- Provide basic functionality across a wide range of applications.
- Configuration for the particular design of board, with machined slots, cutouts and apertures in the cover and end panels.
- Supported computers are the Arduino Uno, Due and Mega, the Beaglebone and Beaglebone Black and the Freescale Freedom.
For more information, visit www.hammondmfg.com