PowerCase Kit

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  • PowerCase Kit
  • PowerCase Kit
  • PowerCase Kit
  • PowerCase Kit
  • PowerCase Kit
  • PowerCase Kit
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Cutting edge processes and techniques have been incorporated to make the PowerCase Kit a safe and ground breaking product.


MeanWell Power Supplies purchased through the OpenBuilds Part Store include this PowerCase Kit.  You would want to purchase this separately if want to add this to a low profile MeanWell Power Supply previously purchased.


Product Features

  • Pre-soldered necessary components ready for simple assembly 
  • Covered power leads


What is Included

Product Specifications

  • Size 118mm x 30mm x 73.4mm
  • Compatible with LRS MeanWell Power Supplies only

Assembly/Support/Documentation/3D Models

Easy follow along assembly video – top notch awesome community support – open source files and documentation and examples.

Support CAD Files

This design or build includes CopperPour, LLC design work(s) shared Open Source under the CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 License

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14 Reviews

  • 5
    Perfect for Meanwell power supplies. Fits my CNC needs.

    Posted by Jack on May 25th 2020

    Easy to assemble.

  • 5
    great design

    Posted by Jean-Yves CHEMIN on Jul 13th 2019

    no more need for a big case, especially when using a gantry mounted controller. Wish it would be also available for the fat power supply

  • 5
    Form, Fit, Function and Fun

    Posted by Bob on Apr 9th 2019

    Awesome kit! Well designed and works well. This kit was complete and easy to assemble. I really enjoyed the build and it meets all of my needs. I would highly recommend this unit.

  • 5
    Great kit

    Posted by Anthony on Mar 21st 2019

    It’s awesome

  • 5
    Powercase Kit

    Posted by David Humphreys on Feb 18th 2019

    The kit is constructed from FR4 PCB laminate material. This means that the cutouts and holes are accurately sized and the panels fit together really well. I would like to see a passthru for the line in. In my application, I have another PSU that controls the router motor and needs to connect to line in. I ended up drilling a hole in the bottom plate and putting a grommet there so that I could feed both PSU’s from the line in. Also, the bottom screws (perhaps all of them) need to be countersunk in order for the PSU to sit flat on the rail. This is a well designed kit.

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