Content originally posted in LPCWare by Gbrus on Sat Aug 09 02:29:55 MST 2014 As the LPC-link2 debugger doesn't have an enclosure and a short cable, I always had to be careful not to have the LPC-link2 and the board I'm working getting to close to each other and damage one (or both) of them. So I made a enclosure for the LPC-Link2 and had it printed with a 3D-printer. I like to share the STL models with you, so if any of you have access to a 3D-printer you can easily make an enclosure for you LPC-Link2.
The LPC-Link2 can be mounted with 2 screws and there are slots for all the cables to get out of the enclosure. Through the hole in the cover the LED is still visible, with a light pipe even better (it's diameter is to fit the Bivar PLP2 light pipes).