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"Palmy Weather" Goes live with Air Quality Monitor
These enclosures are great! My main weather station unit is also in one. It is surprisingly spacious: can fit a 12V 12Ah battery in it nicely, with charge controller and WeatherDuino circuit board. IP66 rated and measures Large 200(L) x 200(W) x 130(D)mm. The clips which lock the lid are also a nice addition and makes access easier especially when on the roof.

I am thinking I will redo my main weather station enclosure to have the DIN rail clips on the back like shown in the photos above because this has surprisingly worked well for my Air Quality monitor.


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RE: "Palmy Weather" Goes live with Air Quality Monitor - by Palmyweather - 21-04-2018, 23:43

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