NodeMCU and DHT22 Case

by KowenHouston May 19, 2017
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Box was fine and easy to print - but DHT22 sensor was heated by the nodemcu board.

This thing is for the 0.9 version of the nodeMCU i supose? The 1.0 version is wider

Same thing here...had to separate the DHT22. Even try to put my ESP8266 in deep sleep mode in order to reduce the heat but it was useless, temperature reading was off by more than 1°C....it's a pity because the enclosure looks great in one part....got my dht22 hanging along....snif :(

I had a similar design. The problem was, that the temperature and therefore the humidity where off by more than 1°C or 10%. This was because the esp8266 was heating a little bit. After I seperated the DHT22 everything was accurate.

Yeah, I figured it out after a few days of use... It was more like 3°C for me. Back to the drawing board! Thanks for your comment