@secantscope said in Enclosure for Honeywell HPM-series PM sensor:
@Nca78 said in Enclosure for Honeywell HPM-series PM sensor:
For enclosure, another option is a radiation shield.
What do you mean by "radiation shield"?
Still on the journey...
Finished a v0.2 notes:
Now have a printed case! See pics below.
The Radio and the Arduino needed to have the header pins soldered upside down.
The NRF24L01+PA+LNA doesn't come that way, so I had to de/re solder the pins. Not the simplest.
The fan screws get in the way of the serial gateway assembly.
Ideas for gen v0.3:
Turn Arduino and Radio 90 degrees , basically make a sandwich. I think there is enough room if I use a double sided perf board.
I'd need smaller 3mm LEDs instead of the 5mm one's I've got... I've got some on order.
Also want a fresh radio module, if I don't have to flip the pins it would be easier for anyone else to do it.
Alignment pins - the Magnets do a good job, but little gaps are not ideal.
Again for anyone interested here's the updated tinker cad link: https://www.tinkercad.com/things/3NuVSR723k2
or, when you fee comfortable with tinkering, you can build your own, with bigger print area, "nanodlp" SLA printer with cheap 2k lcd from aliex***** (possible to improve air filter and isolation, a lot more easier with less parts than building a corexy etc)
but I totally agree, when you don't need bigger print, buying a ready to use printer is simpler and the smaller lcd are just a little bit more precise
Looking forward to their reply!
Keeps surprising me how hard it is to find something that easy. Of course I could simply use any kind of vented enclosure, but these seem less suited for outdoor use...
I knew it would only be a matter of time until we saw MySensors custom injected molded components!
I think if you made a box that could fit the Easy / Newbie board (~50x50cm) plus radio and 2AA batteries, you would probably sell a lot of them! I know I would buy some of those...