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TV HAT Case Assembly Guide (Raspberry Pi Zero)

The laser-cut parts of the case are protected by an adhesive film which needs to be removed before assembly.

Bill of Materials

  • Raspberry Pi Zero / Zero W
  • Raspberry Pi TV uHAT
  • TV uHAT Raspberry Pi Zero Case
  • 6x Acrylic Pieces
  • 4x M2.5 x 4mm M/F Stand Offs
  • 3x M2.5 x 11mm F/F Stand Offs
  • 3x M2.5 x 11mm M/F Stand Offs
  • 7x M2.5 Silver Screws
  • 1x M2.5 Nut

NOTE: Acrylic is a hard and stiff plastic which is sensitive to stress concentrations and shares a certain level of fragility with glass. Acrylic can scratch easily and should be cleaned with a mild solution of dish detergent and warm water. Never use cleaners unsuitable for acrylic. Never use a dry, abrasive cloth.

Here are the parts from the case kit:

Follow these images checking parts and orientation of the acrylic pieces. You will see a before and after image for each step. Make sure you have all the parts ready, shown in the before picture.

Insert the male end of the 4mm stand offs into each of the mounting holes on the Pi from the underside. Secure the stand off closest to the HDMI port with a nut and the remaining three with a 11mm F/F stand off.

Attached the TV uHAT to the Pi's GPIO header, and secure with the three 11mm M/F stand offs.

Now we can add the side plate. Start by turning the Pi on its side, GPIO side down, on top of the blank side plate. Then add the SD card plate.

Then you can add the camera port plate, followed by the HDMI plate.

Carefully add the bottom plate and secure using four M2.5 screws

Finally, add the top plate and secure with the remaining three screws.



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