Enclosure for Pollin Ls7 - 7inch HDMI LCD with buttons
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This is an enclosure for the popular Pollin Electronic LS-7 tiny HDMI LCD Display.
I made this long time ago, including clips for fitting it to a HP USB keyboard which i used back then.
I could not find one with buttons, and the connectors were always upside down. that is why i created this, where the connectors face the side.
It is still a little bit experimental, because the display cable is really stressed when mounting (could be longer), but it works. There are two variants, one with inlay buttons and one with integrated 'springy' buttons.
Sadly i lost the complete source file while i still have all the stls. But i uploaded at least the Topplate as a rhino file. If you want to edit it, you have to import the bottom part from STL into the Rhino from the topplate and then draw up a new bottom part with the same mounting holes.
Use M4 x8 or 10mm Screws to close it.
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