You can buy parts or whole sets at www.sensoreq.com
We don't force you to buy parts you already have, can print yourselves or don't want. That's the reason we provide kits and sets. Here're the descriptions of them. The minimum configuration is a heatsink, your own Raspberry Pi 4 model B, a basic mounting set, almost everybody would want to have a case (your own print or a bought one). Industrial users may opt for a naked version without a case. Our own 3D printed cases have an universal basic mounting set with both TORX and screw heads already included!
Long term discounts - We make one model (a silver heatsink, a black case) in the respective category the cheapest, to ease buying for cash-strapped customers. But to pay for all of our expenses, we need a bit higher average selling prices. Demanding customers with more cash would have no problem paying for it. This way we can drive the lowest, entry price even lower compared to flat prices.
Volume discounts - we are fine tuning a volume discounts program, to make reselling and aggregating demand of just a few people into one purchase cheaper.
DIY Printing - People with 3D printers can freely print it and even sell the prints for profit (or lower the final price), buy heatsinks and resell in volume and save. You can become a reseller too - amongst your friends at least! We don't collect any royalties on 3D prints printed with our opensource models!
Heatsinks - the bare heatsinks in 3 surface colours. All have an anodised aluminium finish. All can be laser marked (an example can be seen in this review) with a laser after we buy our own laser marking machine. Laser marking is white on all of them. A simplified GPIO pinout can be printed at the respective side, and a user logo on the other one.
The case - you can download a 3D model and print all the parts yourself, or buy it from Sensor Equipment. It's yet tested and recommended with a PETG filament only. If you have a 3D printer and want to evaluate before you buy, print a heatsink mockup to see how it looks like in reality. Show it to your friends too!
Our own 3D printed cases have an universal basic mounting set with both TORX and screw heads already included!TORX or cross head screw versions. Mounts the Raspberry Pi to the heatsink and then a case to this set. Geared towards people 3D printing cases themselves. Our own 3D printed cases have an universal basic mounting set with both TORX and screw heads already included! all the headers soldered, or the POE header unsoldered but supplied. Some HATs are interfering with a POE header. This is a unique feature of our solution – the GPIO port is copied to the side including HAT mounts. Screws included. (p)HAT mounting kit - contains steel spacer studs and screws to mount pHATs and HATs (HATs also need an additional plastic part to extend mounting holes beyond the heatsink). Contains double screw set - both TORX and cross head.
Reset kit - contains a pcb with jumpers, POGO pins to interface to the Raspberry Pi reset pads without soldering, two push buttons and screws. 6 configurations are available.
VESA holder - snap on 3D printable holder for the CooliPi 4B case with individual cable holders. 100x100 mm mount