PIR Sensor Brick Mount

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PIR Sensor Brick Mount by badBrick Feb 22, 2013
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Fits 1 (one) PIR sensor in a 5x2x6 Brick. This mount is intended to hold up a PIR Sensor for prototyping some ideas.

The brick itself is equal to 5 (2x6) Lego bricks. So it can be "bricked" into a nice support structure to hold it in place.

A huge help when you are trying to make something and don't want your sensors out and loose. That can cause shorts, pulled wires, and or just slow you down.

This brick was specifically designed to hold the PIR sensor that we buy from Adafruit

This is NOT totally compatible with the PARALLAX PIR sensor.. Yet..

You can just drill a hole to make space where the Jumper on the face of the Parallax PIR is.


  1. Print it Face Down.

  2. In MakerWare, I modify the "Medium" settings:
    Quality: Layer Height = 0.16

All other defaults are the same.

If you don't have a 3D printer we can make you one pretty cheap.. http://www.badbrick.com/catalog


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it looks like the scale is off.
can you repost the file with correct scale