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PiJuice Maker Kit

by PiJuice
£62.49
GBP
SKU PIS-1790

Build three awesome projects using PiJuice! Have fun assembling your own games console, compact camera, and portable PocketPi. 

Our latest and greatest case allows you to combine a number of different HATs and addon boards to create the ultimate portable Raspberry Pi media centre. 

This kit comes with:

  • Pi Supply Media Center HAT
  • PiJuice Maker Kit Case
  • Bluetooth Game Console Controller For Playstation (Black, Red or Blue)
  • PiJuice Maker Kit Clamp

Combine the following boards to create the PiJuice Maker Kit!

Features

This case is jam-packed with a wide range of features for you to discover.

  • Slide-out kickstand
  • Small translucent square which allows access to the IR receiver meaning you can control the device with a remote
  • Tripod mount
  • Space for the Media Center HAT, Raspberry Pi, PiJuice HAT, and the Official Raspberry Pi camera module v2.1
  • Holes for wall mounting
  • Compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3, 2, and B+ (Not Raspberry Pi 4 compatible yet)
  • Leaves all ports accessible
  • Raspberry Pi, Media Center HAT, PiJuice and the Camera all clip-in. No screws are needed
  • No tools are needed for assembly or disassembly
  • Designed and made in the UK from high-quality material
  • Gap for a camera cable
  • Clip-together case
  • Access to microSD port

Kickstand setup

Slide out the kickstand to adjust the viewing angle. 

 

 

Tripod setup

The Maker Kit case is compatible with a number of tripods (tripod available to purchase separately)

 

Camera setup

The nifty little cutout at the back is for the Official Raspberry Pi Camera Module v2.1. Using the camera module turns the Maker Kit Case into your very own Raspberry Pi point and shoot camera! Want to have a go at building it? Then follow this guide. (Camera module available to purchase separately)

Gaming setup 

Setup Guide & Projects

Please note: This listing is for the Maker Kit Case ONLY. Any pictures showing other boards in the case are just for demonstrative purposes.