Arduino R3 cases

I use several Arduino cases during my experiments, available from ebay for a couple of dollars, made of acrylic clear plastic. Here I show you two of my favorites. IMG_4483 The first one is ideal for setting up experimental circuits on a breadboard. IMG_4482 IMG_4481 The second one is a case which protects the Arduino and still leaves access to all the pin connectors. Shields fit on top, but are not protected ofcourse. IMG_4490 IMG_4491 IMG_4492 IMG_4493 IMG_4494  

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