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"Palmy Weather" Goes live with Air Quality Monitor
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Thank-you for your comments and updated pictures. It is interesting how you have said that a 12ah battery will fit nicely; it seems I may have access to one. Although I have retained the backing plate to mount everything on.
I am making good progress; up to the temp/humidity and O2 sensors mounting to the bracket, and then making and positioning the radiation shield. I managed to complete enough yesterday so my AQI is still online, sitting inside the sliding door and powered by a solar & battery set.

On the agenda is completely redoing my transmitter box, though planning on using a steel enclosure so it is a good time to upgrade the capacity of the battery, especially when I finally get to putting my second transmitter out with soil moisture.
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RE: "Palmy Weather" Goes live with Air Quality Monitor - by qldbureau - 26-04-2018, 11:41



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