After owning a Hifiberry Digi for multiple years now, it was time to build a better case for it. Since day 1 I was using a HD47780-compatible 20x4 line LCD, which stoot loose in front of the raspberry.
- Raspberry Pi 3B
- Hifiberry Digi B+
- RemotePi power board, including IR-receiver
- Aluminium case (68*145*200mm)
- HD47780-compatible LCD 4x20 characters, white on blue with I2C-adapter
- Generic 5 volt / 35W psu
At the moment it's still a work in progress, since I'm waiting for some parts before I can continu.
I'm running OSMC as the OS. The RemotePi makes it possible to use an universal remote, like a Logitech Harmony. But more importantly for me, it also makes it possible to switch the Pi on and off with the remote. And when I initiate a soft power off, the Pi actually really turns off.
The Hifiberry and RemotePi wil move to the vero-board as soon as I receive the correct connectors. And in the empty space between the front and Pi, there will be a PSU installed.
The unit closed.
Running in dimmed mode.