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Mini Tower Case Kit for Raspberry Pi 4B - ABS material, Strong Heat Dissipation, OLED Screen Display, Elegant Appearance, Precise Positioning of Holes, Easy Wiring, and Easy Cable Management

Mini Tower Case for Raspberry Pi is made of ABS material, equipped with easy assembly, high precision OLED screen display and strong heat dissipation Ice Tower Radiator. The designs of elegant appearance, precise positioning of holes, easy wiring, and easy cable management ensure that this is a deliberate choice for your Raspberry Pi.

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Mini Tower Case for Raspberry Pi is made of ABS material, equipped with easy assembly, high precision OLED screen display and strong heat dissipation Ice Tower Radiator. The designs of elegant appearance, precise positioning of holes, easy wiring, and easy cable management ensure that this is a deliberate choice for your Raspberry Pi.

Features

  • ABS Material Case for Raspberry Pi: Great comprehensive performance; High impact strength; High chemical stability; Good electrical performance
  • Equip 0.96 inch I2C OLED Display: High precision and install at 45-degree for more convenience to observe system information
  • Equip Ice Tower Radiator: Strong fan heat dissipation and adjustable fan lights
  • Colourful Moon Lights and Precise Positioning of Holes
  • Easy Wiring and Easy Cable Management

Description

Besides outputting precise positioning of Raspberry Pi interfaces, the case provides a 0.96-inch I2C OLED display and an additional Ice Tower Radiator. The display has been placed at a 45-degree showing angle for more convenience for the users to observe system information. The radiator presents strong heat dissipation for the Raspberry Pi.

The screen driver board contains RGB three-color programmable LED ambient light, which can better render the light color according to your own needs. The ice tower radiator included in the kit can not only provide good heat dissipation, but also increase the appearance.

The screen holder adopts a quick-release design and the interior of the shell includes a design for arranging cables for more easier cable management. The interface adopts a fool-proof design to avoid problems caused by wrong wiring for simpler connecting.

A non-slip rubber strip is added at the bottom to prevent it from being more stable and firm on a smooth desktop.

Note

The RGB light in Fan and mood light will not light up unless installed driver, and OLED will not display any information untill you have enabled it !!! Please read the manual carefully and follow the steps to enable it.

Installation Steps

Application

  • Raspberry Pi Board Placement
  • Raspberry Pi Heat Dissipation
  • Raspberry Pi System Information Display
  • Showcase

Hardware Overview

Part List

ABS Mini Tower CASE

x1

ICE-Tower CPU Cooling Fan

x1

Acrylic covers

x1

0.96 inch OLED Display (12C protocol)

x1

Screen holder

x1

Assembly manual

x1

GPIO Edge Extension

x1

FAQ

How can I enable OLED Display?

You can refer to the wiki to enable OLED display.

Why does my fan light up when I was booting up my Raspberry Pi?

  1. Please check if the cable is connected properly as wiki instructions assembling steps.

  2. Please check if you have installed the driver and made it running at booting time.

  3. Could you please try to set up your lights by following this repo: https://github.com/geeekpi/absminitowerkit

How to check if the OLED display is dead or not configured well?

  1. Please check the cable's connection, and make sure the cable is connected to raspberry pi's GPIO in the right position and direction.

  2. Please make sure you have enabled I2C by using the 'raspi-config' tool.

  3. Please type 'i2cdetect -y 1' in a terminal and check if there is a '3c' mark in the address table.

  4. Please download the demo examples code from:https://github.com/rm-hull/luma.examples.git and set it up according to wiki instructions.

Why does my fan light up when I was booting up my Raspberry Pi?

  1. Please check if the cable is connected properly as wiki instructions assembling steps.

  2. Please check if you have installed the driver and made it running at booting time.

  3. Could you please try to set up your lights by following this repo: https://github.com/geeekpi/absminitowerkit

How to check if the OLED display is dead or not configured well?

  1. Please check the cable's connection, and make sure the cable is connected to raspberry pi's GPIO in the right position and direction.

  2. Please make sure you have enabled I2C by using the 'raspi-config' tool.

  3. Please type 'i2cdetect -y 1' in a terminal and check if there is a '3c' mark in the address table.

  4. Please download the demo examples code from:https://github.com/rm-hull/luma.examples.git and set it up according to wiki instructions.

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