You may have noticed that due to hardware changes, the current Lime AC Case is not compatible with the Mini 2.0. However, with a little modification, you can make the Lime AC Case v1.1 work with the LimeSDR Mini 2.0 Read the full update.
Since the campaign launched, we have received feedback about the cases from our community. Some of these suggestions were helpful and improved the case performance, so we have considered them in our latest case design update. Read the full update.
We just finished the installation instructions. See links to assembly directions for all Lime AC Cases here. All campaign orders have now been shipped, and pre-orders will be shipping soon. Read the full update.
After a slight delay all cases are ready to go and will be shipping soon! Read the full update.
Two weeks ago, we sent the order of LimeSDR-USB Type A and Micro USB version to the factory, and we got the first pre-product on Dec 26th. We will get the final product no later than Jan 8th from the factory. Read the full update.
In the past week, we have placed the order to the factory for the LimeSDR Mini case version, and we've started to order the accessories, fan, custom RF shields, and conductive sponge. Read the full update.
We would like to thank you all for your interest and huge support for the Lime AC Case. We would not have made it without your help. Read the full update.
We have decided to offer a limited quantity of Micro USB version Tetra cases. Thank you to everyone who responded to our survey! Read the full update.
The last week we ordered some customized RF shields for the LimeSDR Mini, and changed the way the fan connects to the board - for easier connection and disconnection. Read the full update.
Since the campaign launched, we have received some questions about a case for the Micro USB version. If we can confirm enough interest, we can make this version. Please take this survey to let us know what you think! The survey will end November 25th. Read the full update.
The Lime AC Case campaign is now live! Lime AC (Active Cooling) Cases are designed for LimeSDR users who want to better manage heat generated by their devices. The cases also make LimeSDRs more portable - protecting the PCB from damage - while they provide RF shielding for enhanced performance. Read the full update.