Cool enclosure project for 6 piece Raspberry Pi2 cluster. via makezine
From Raspberry PI 2 Cluster Case pt1, I drew up a rough sketch with certain goals I set out to. They are,
Able to fit in 6 RPI2 in a small, contained volume.
Has to be stackable.
Able to fit in a power supply and a 8 port network switch for the 6 RPI2.
Able to cool off the cluster with no fan.
Has to be cheap.
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Excellent! A server room in a box. I love it!
If you use the car 12v version of the USB power source, you can feed that with a 12v x 7amp hour gel battery and feed that with the wall wart smart charger for those same batteries.
That way your server room has a built in UPS system as well.
I do that with one Pi dedicated as an OwnCloud with global calendar and that has been running now for 6 months without interruption flawlessly despite our horrible power reliability here.
I want to do an internal DNS/Dhcp server next to add to it.