Let's start off the assembly by prepairing our battery holder. You'll need to remove the shrink wrap around the positive and negative connectors on the back of the battery holder.
The battery holder includes hoop connectors. We need to cut or unsolder the hoops that are attached to the wires.
Next up we need to wire the slide switch to the battery holder. Prepare a slide switch by tinning two terminals. Measure two pieces of heat shrink tubing and add them to the postive red wire before soldering to the slide switch.
Solder the thick red wire from UBEC to the slide switch. Use hot air to shrink the tubing and secure the slide switch connections.
Solder the thicker wires from the UBEC to the positive(red) and negative(black) wires on the battery holder.
Solder the thinner from the UBEC to the postive and negative wires to the 5V and GND pins on the display backpack.
Remove the black connector from the UBEC (It's the one with the thin wires). You'll need to solder a short JST cable with a male connector.
Insert the JST connector from the UBEC through the hole in the center of the display cover part (displayBack.stl). Pass all the wiring through the opening.
Position and orient the battery holder over the cover so the mounting holes line up. Use four #4-40 phillips screws to secure the battery holder to the back cover.
Check point. Ensure the wiring is long enough to reach the display backpack. The slide switch should be able to reach the opening in the enclosure.
In this project we want the dimming feature so we need to break a trace on the display backpack to enable it.
Check the back of the display backpack and look for the -25mA label. Use a filing tool or x-acto knife to remove the trace between the two pads under "Open for -25mA"
Prepare a new slide switch to enable the dimming feature. Notice the length of the wiring is rather short, it doesn't need to reach far once inside the enclosure.
Measure two pieces of silicone wire to solder a slide switch to control the dimmer.
Position and orient the display backpack into the enclosure. Insert the display backback at an angle with the slide switch portion goin in first.
Fasten four #4-40 phillips screws to each of the tabs tosecure the display to the enclosure.
We need to wire up a JST cable with a female connector to the display. This cable will plug into the UBEC.
Measure and cut a JST extension cable with female connector. Solder wires of the JST cable to the pads on the display backpack. Red wire to the +5V USB and black wire to GND.
Use curved tweezers to insert each slide switch into the port openings near the top of the case.
Arrange the wire connections to the sides of the case, away from the pads and slide switches.
Position and orient the back cover over the enclosure. Line up the mounting holes and fasten four #4-40 phillips screws to each mounting hole to secure the cover to the enclosure.
The bottom of the enclosure features a mounting hole for a standard tripod adapter.
Place the tripod thread into the opening and install it by using a flat head screwdriver to fasten the 1/4" to 3/8" convert screw into the bottom of the case.
Attach a charged camera battery the holder and plug in an HDMI cable. Slide the switch to power it on and connect it to your DSLR camera or other device. The second slide switch should turn on/off dimming of the screen.