A range of Aluminium, Plastic, 19″ rack Panels and Enclosures and a range of (IoT) Internet of Things Enclosures and components that are available to purchase from our shop.
A range of Aluminium, Plastic, 19″ rack Panels and Enclosures and a range of (IoT) Internet of Things Enclosures and components that can be customised to create a finished housing for your product.
Lincoln Binns Services
Lincoln Binns – Electronic Enclosure Specialists with over 30 years' of global trading and manufacturing experience. Providers of custom and ‘off the shelf’ enclosures for the electronics industry, our knowledge and services are unmatched from small to mass-produced quantities. Our products are used in a variety of industry sectors including AV, GPS, Marine, Automotive, IoT and Fibre Optics. Using our expertise we can reduce cost and time to market.
The reasons for talking to us:
Speak to us before or after PCB manufacturing
The best enclosure material selection
Various enclosure finishes
How we can help you with design:
Over 100 years of combined design experience
CAD packages for visual representation
From concept to prototype
Fast prototyping and image rendering:
1 to 2 week prototype turnaround
CAD modelling and 3D renders
Plastic and Aluminium prototyping
Ideal for product testing
We manufacture in-house:
Stock, customised and bespoke enclosures
Aluminium extrusion & sheet on site
Quick turn around times
The Pi HAT Turner board is the latest innovation from Lincoln Binns that allows us to house a Raspberry Pi complete with a HAT in a standard extruded enclosure. It takes the GPIO and turns it through 90 degrees so that the connectors line up with the end panel.
Did you know that you can house your electronics in a modified pre-existing enclosure solution such as E-Case, UnioBox, Alubos, 19” Rack, diecast aluminium or plastic moulded cases? Designing an enclosure for your new product with Lincoln Binns based on a pre-existing enclosure solution can be done in one of three different ways.
After seeing the difficulties in housing Raspberry Pi boards, this lead us to develop a solution, the result of which is the HDMI Extender board. It plugs into the micro USB and HDMI connectors and turns them through ninety degrees resulting in these connectors being on the same plane as the USB and Ethernet ports.