A neat enclosure for the Multi-sensor project by Ben from Bruh Automation. It has the light sensor at the top with the LED, the motion sensor is at the front and the Temperature/Humidity sensor is to the right. There are 2 versions of the top, one with the USB at the back and one with the USB at the front because I am placing on of these on a window sill and need the wire to come out of the front for easy routing of the cable but I may need one with the USB out of the back as I may put one on a counter or shelf with a power socket behind it.
There are plastic pins for the NodeMCU to locate on as well as locator pins for the Humidity/Temp sensor and the light sensor which I made extra long as I wanted to be able to melt them to hold the components in place.
The top snap fits with the base.
The pins for the humidity sensor will have to be swapped to the back of the sensor and pointed upwards toward the back of the sensor in order for the sensor to fit through the case.