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Brand new, so looking to recover what they cost me (£27)...
Looking for £30 posted, or feel free to make a (sensible) offer - you /might/ get lucky
Payment preferably by PayPal F&F to avoid fees.
I’ve tried to attach pics, but it won’t let me - PM or email me if you’d like pics.
(EDIT: Added the case that I thought I'd lost to bundle - and also see below for pics, kindly posted by Mike - note that this case is black anodised, rather than the gold shown in MIke's pictures)
Ive now found the case that had gone AWOL, so looking for £30 posted or near offer.
For the benefit of any potential buyers, there are also 4 little PCB mounting lugs (which allow the PCB to slide into the guideways in the aluminium extruded case shown, and some small blanking pieces to change the size of the 'USB hole' to suit whichever version of the LimeSDR you have.
This case and panels are meant for the 'full-size' LimeSDR, rather than the Lime Mini.
I guess you could repurpose it for a Lime Mini if necessary - there's plenty of room - although you'd have to figure a way to retain the Mini in place without putting stress on the USB connector, which is quite vulnerable to parting company with the PCB...
In answer to the other part of your question, though, the LimeSDR has 4 TX outputs (2 'High' frequency, 2 'Low' frequency), 6 RX inputs (2 High, 2 Low, 2 Wide) a ' Clock' (10MHz Reference) Input, and a Clock output (copy of what went in on CLK in).