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Sensor Node Enclosure for ESP8266 (DHT11, TSL2561, PIR)

by calvinboey Jun 4, 2017
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this does not fit to ESP8266, holes are 1cm Off.. sensors fits ok :/

must be totally different board. my nodemcu fits perfectly. Anyway, the .dwg is attach, go ahead and modify them to fit yours

yeeh, looks like there is more of them.. i have different version. i like your case but not sure if im able to modify it. But thanks anyway

Calvin,
Would you mind posting the fusion360 file? I'd like to change the mounting for some Adafruit boards.
Thanks!
Scott

looks awesome. Exacly the same I wanted to make, except the DHT11. I prefer a BME380.

Will make a similiar construction.

Nice Project ...

Hi Pulpataro,

Thank you. It was done in Fusion360. I can find a way to export them (i.e. DWG, DXF) which probably can be opened in SketchUp, if you want to modify from there.

Regards, Calvin

I would give it a try ...

I've added the .dwg. Let me know if there's anything else I can help you. All the best!

excellent project only one adjustment has to be made to make the Pir sensor work reliably at 3.3v

http://randomnerdtutorials.com/modifying-cheap-pir-motion-sensor-to-work-at-3-3v/

Hello Raj, thanks for the input, you are right. I came across similar articles about using PIR on 3.3v after posting this, however, surprisingly I never had any issue considering that I was doing it wrong all the while. Nevertheless, it’s good to do the right thing. Murphy’s law

the above method did not solve my problem of random false triggering of the Pir . I had to solder a 220nF ceramic capacitor across pin12 and pin13 of the chip (BISS0001) so that the high-frequency interference coming from the ESP8266 don't influece the gain stage anymore.