Solarbotics SAFE VESA Mount Add-on

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The Pi SAFE VESA mount is a convenient way to attach your Pi to the back of your monitor or TV.


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WARNING! Fastening the bolts down too far may damage your monitor, please test fit your bolts and place spacers in if necessary.

Note: Transparent blue being shipped is deeper in color than shown in images presently.

Keep your hobby electronics and interface cables nicely hidden away behind your monitor and do it with style. We have 2 color options transparent blue & red acrylic. The SAFE VESA mount conforms to popular LCD bracket mounting standards and allows you to not only mount your SAFE or Raspberry SAFE but also clean up the cables interfacing to your application as well.

This mount can be used with an LCD that has a base mounting option and leaves the back free or it can be used with common LCD wall mounting brackets. It's perfect for everyday use of the Raspberry Pi® micro-sized computer or great for Arduino product demos at trade shows or Maker Faires.

In order to attach this mount to your SAFE or Raspberry SAFE, simply remove two of the #4-40 screws holding the Pi to the baseplate (screws diagonal to each other are best), and replace them with the included longer #4-40 bolts. There are precut slots in the VESA plate that will mate with the feet of the safe to locate it securely, and will line up the assembly so these two new longer two bolts will pass through the Pi, the bottom of the SAFE, and through the VESA mount, where you use the original nuts to resecure the whole assembly together. As the SAFE's feet are nested into the VESA mount, using just two mounting screws is more than adequate to keep it all secured together.

Features:

  • Cutouts for using velcro straps or zip-ties to hold down cables
  • Great for use with the Video Game Shield + Video Game faceplate + Freeduino and SAFE
  • 12mm long bolts available to accommodate different styles of monitors
  • 100x100mm and 75x75mm (from center-to-center) standard VESA hole spacing. Note: 75x75mm holes are quite snug against the SAFE housing
  • 6 hole pattern used to conform to the mounting options of either the regular or Raspberry flavours of SAFE
  • OSHW (Open Source Hardware) Kit

Kit includes:

  • 4 - Acrylic Spacers
  • 4 - M4 x 12mm bolts
  • 2 - #4-40 replacement bolts
  • 1 - Acrylic VESA Mount

Dimensions:

  • 114x114mm

What's a Raspberry Pi®?

The Raspberry Pi® is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. We want to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming - Raspberrypi.org

Raspberry Pi® is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation

Note: Just in case it's not clear, this product is only a baseplate it does not come as a full enclosure.

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