The K9ZW #1 NW Digital Radio DRAWS is in its correct case.
I’ve started into labeling ports on my equipment in an effort to improve “self-documentation” of gear. Why have to scramble later to online or paper documentation to confirm what voltage and polarity is required? Or whether the Right/Left port naming is by looking “out” from the ports or “looking inwards” at them?
As explained I initially ordered my DRAWS fairly early on, with it shipping after the DRAWS revision date. Early Adopter (EA) DRAWS HATs have the GPS outlet on the side, which made making a case a bit more difficult. Current “Production” DRAWS HATs have the connector on the end. My initial build post is at: https://k9zw.wordpress.com/2021/03/28/nw-digital-draws-build-part-1/
I’m not titling this post as Build Part 2 as only cosmetics got done. I still need to set up the radio to be used and build all the cables.
If you have sharp eyes you will notice I didn’t put the case cover screws in yet, that was because in my single hardware store trip over the weekend a CR1220 battery for the HAT couldn’t be found.
Actually the few minutes to put the Raspberry Pi and DRAWS HAT into the case, and to make up the port labels is the total weekend Ham Radio effort, as it was Easter Weekend with much more important things to attend to.