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Raspberry Pi™ 2 Model B With Case By Raspberry Pi (83-16550) MCM Part #83-16550

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The Raspberry Pi 2 Model B with Case is a great way to get started with the Raspberry Pi. Including a translucent case that can sit on a desk or hang on a wall. (Note: SD Card sold separately Part #83-16536)

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The updated Pi 2 Model B design is based around a Broadcom BCM2836 SoC, which includes an Quad Core ARM7 900 MHz processor, VideoCore IV GPU, and 1 Gigabyte of RAM. This revision Pi 2 Model B board features four mounting holes for easy installation, a built-in reset circuit, and can be powered via the USB data ports. The design does not include a built-in hard disk or solid-state drive, instead relying on an microSD card for booting and long-term storage. This board is intended to run Linux kernel based operating systems.

The Raspberry Pi uses Linux-kernel based operating systems. The Raspberry Pi does not come with a real-time clock, so an OS must use a network time server, or ask the user for time information at boot time to get access to time and date info for file time and date stamping. However a real time clock (such as the DS1307) with battery backup can be easily added via the I2C interface.

Board Specifications
  • Processor: ARM 900Mhz CPU
  • USB: Four USB 2.0 Ports
  • Ethernet: 10/100 Ethernet Port
  • Video Output: HDMI and Composite
  • Sound: L/R Stereo
  • Memory: 1GB Ram
  • Operating System: Uses microSD card slot to load O/S
  • Digital interfaces: 2 onboard ribbon slots for Camera and Display
  • GPIO: 40 GPIO pins, backwards compatible to B board
Case Specifications
  • 2 piece tool-less design snaps together
  • Supports Pi Camera modules
  • Two mounting slots designed for mounting on a wall
Kit Includes

Essential Raspberry Introduction Videos

Introduction to Debian Linux

Installing packages (programs) and using Linux

Limited Warranty and Returns for 83-16530 (Raspberry Pi)

Who is a "Customer" for purposes of this limited warranty?

If you have purchased a Raspberry pi directly from MCM Electronics, Inc. ("MCM"), you are considered a "Customer" for purposes of coverage under this limited warranty.

Limited Warranty:

MCM warrants that the Raspberry pi will be free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of 12 months from the date of MCM's shipment of the Raspberry pi to you, the Customer. In the event of a defect covered by this limited warranty, MCM will, at its option and free of charge to Customer, repair, replace or refund the purchase price paid. MCM MAKES NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, AND ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE SHALL ONLY BE IN EFFECT DURING THE 12 MONTH WARRANTY PERIOD PROVIDED HEREUNDER. MCM'S LIABILITY ON ANY WARRANTY CLAIM SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE ACTUAL PURCHASE PRICE PAID. MCM SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE TO CUSTOMER OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF DATA, REVENUES, SALES, BUSINESS, GOODWILL OR USE.

What does this limited warranty NOT cover?

MCM has no obligation to repair, replace, or provide refunds in the following instances:

  • If the alleged defect arises because Customer has altered or repaired the Raspberry pi without the prior written consent or authorization of MCM;
  • If Customer did not follow any applicable instructions for proper storage, usage, or maintenance of the Raspberry pi;
  • If Customer has failed to notify MCM of any defect where the defect should have been reasonably apparent on inspection; or
  • If Customer fails to notify MCM of the defect within 12 months of MCM's shipment of Raspberry pi to Customer.

This limited warranty does not cover the cost of shipping the defective Raspberry pi to MCM Electronics for repair, or the cost of shipping the repaired or replacement Raspberry pi to you.

How to return Raspberry pi to MCM to receive warranty service:

  • Call (1-877-626-3532) or e-mail the Customer Service Department and request an RA (Return Authorization) number, which will be valid for 30 days.
  • Place the original package inside another shipping carton, along with a copy of your invoice and a brief explanation of why the original merchandise is being returned. Do not mark on the original container or use as a shipping carton.
  • Print the RA number legibly on the outside of the outer shipping carton in bold, visible letters.
  • Download the return authorization form (.pdf, 14kb)
  • Send the package to:
    MCM Electronics
    405 South Pioneer Blvd
    Springboro, OH 45066-3001

Note: Certain products classified as "ORM-D" require special packaging and shipping procedures. If you are unsure of how to handle these items, please contact your freight carrier for information.


Part Numbers
MCM Part #:83-16550
Raspberry Pi Part #:83-16550
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Hazardous:No
RoHS Comp:No
Warranty:365 days
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Length:0 in.
Width:0 in.
Height:0 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by Winman99

    on 11/2/2015

    Raspberry Pi 2 Is great!

    Overall: 5 out of 5
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    Top 25 Contributor

    This is my fourth Raspberry Pi, second Pi 2. I was swapping out SD cards to go from Raspian, Kodi, and RetroPi. For the price, I figured it was easier just to have another Raspberry Pi 2. I run Raspian on one and use a remote desktop client to log into work and use all my Windows programs (running from the work server). I also browse the internet and listen to online radio with that one. The second is for running RetroPie (EmulationStation). The original Pi ran most of the oldest emulators fine, but it struggled with PSX and N64. It even had some issues with SNES. The Pi 2 runs them all fine, with small exceptions with N64 (that I have tried so far). I will use one of the originals for Kodi since there was never an issue with that. The case is another matter. I have the exact same case from my previous purchase of a Raspberry Pi 2 and it was fine. This one did not snap together properly at all. None of the tabs are broken, they just don't fit properly. I have a piece of tape holding it closed, and could heat the tabs and move them if I truly wanted to, but will just leave it as is. It is doing a fine job of protecting the Pi as it is.