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Movement sensor with PIR and Arduino in a GoPro mount compatible housing

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Movement sensor with PIR and Arduino in a GoPro mount compatible housing by ChatToBrian Dec 14, 2015
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This housing uses a GoPro type mount to fix it to walls, tripods, and so on...
It houses a PIR sensor and a Arduino Nano which can be powered from a Micro USB adapter.

If you need a back plate, make one with this dimensions: 48x48x3mm

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This is kinda what I've been looking for, but I'll be re-purposing. Thanks again for sharing!

I might use this for my sensor system, but instead of a arduino I'll use a esp8266 w/ blynk. The go pro mounting system gives me a few ideas, such as time controls for cameras and other sensors

That's why I made it GoPro mount compatible...
I use it for controlling GoPro camera's for a Dutch TV Show and also to guard my garden from foxes :-)
(With a small ultrasonic buzzer)

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