This sealed, gasketed case not only protects boards from the elements, but it includes all the required mounting hardware for boards compatible with the Adafruit Feather system, including MCCI Catena® boards like the 4610, 4612, 4801 and 4470.
Shown in these photographs with an MCCI Catena 4801, the case includes a removable plexiglass base-plate, standoffs and related hardware. The case also includes cable glands to allow entry for field wiring or power.
This case does not come with a Feather / Catena board or other electronics; those are sold separately.
The case is sealed, and therefore environmental sensors will not track the external conditions as closely as they will with a ventilated case.
Note: Adafruit doesn’t carry this case at this time.
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