Another case version of the DPS5005 module.
As the power supply I used for this is large and loud (48V/5A Meanwell with fans) it has to go under my desk. I wanted to be able to switch that on/off through the "control panel" on the desk. For this the mains power is going to the switch in the desk unit first, then to the Meanwell PSU.
The solution includes a 5cm fan with temperature control, powered by a HiLink power brick for mains to 12V.
Includes rubber feet to be printed in flex material like Ninjaflex.
The screw holes of the body are intended for 4mm melt-in nuts with 3mm thread, but you can use short 4mm screws as well (though the thread will wear out open/closing the case more often). Use 3mm screws and regular nuts for the rubber feet.
The thread holes in the back wall are intended to be screwed in directly with 3mm screws.
Use standard banana plug sockets for front and back.
The power sockets/plugs are "Bachmann 917.170 Kaltgerätestecker" (plug = input) and "Bachmann 917.171 Kaltgeräteeinbaudose".
The lighted power switch is a "Bachmann 924.099 Wippenschalter".
UPDATE 19 Jan 2018:
I have fixed the backside where both mains connections were plugs. Now one is a plug and one is a socket. New back wall STL is in the set.
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