** 9-Mar-19 Have tested with a 6000mAh battery and works fine. Removed the thread for the Thunderboard hole and changed it to support a UV Sensor stalk. I have removed the Thunderboard from the Remote unit back to the base unit.
18-Feb-19 I changed the depth of the case from 2 x 29mm to 2 x 34mm. This should reduce the issue of potentially very tight fit for several battery sizes. In addition I created a deeper thread section for the Thunderboard pole.
This is a Case for a remote monitoring Station based on the SwitchDocLabs WeatherStations. This case supports the Solar Panel, SunAirPlus, and the Grove Pro Mini with WeatherRack and Lora Module.
The Case is a remix of the excellent Customizable Rugged Waterproof Box from ZX82net.
The licence is inherited from zx82net licence. (I usually don't worry about non-commercial)
I have included the clips and latches I use from the original project, however there are some other options in the original project by zx82net.
This also uses the SwitchDocLabs Solar Panel Holder from the SDL site, although I have modified it to allow for a self tapper screw if you use the WXSolarFrame.
Das Filament PETG
I use at least 4 perimeters for all parts, this generates enough material for self tapping screws to bite into. You may need to experiment with the Latches and hinges. I use 6 perimeters for the Latch Cam to make their shell stiff, and 2 perimeters for the latches and hinges to make them pliable.
Cut out holes for Cable Grommets (Holes are 12mm) as required
This is still a work in progress, the conduit is quite heavy and needs more support, testing with a Carbon Fibre Tube 12mm.
NOTE: the thunderboard is not currently supported in the remote WXLink so this is only a potential future option.
AM2315 Probe Holder and Cover
Testing positioning the AM2315 under the Solar Panel to provide both UV and Weather Protection.
This is a 2 piece unit, loosely install an M3x12mm with a square nut. (or use M3x16 with regular nut not in the slot.)
Then pass the holder through the cover and install the probe, and tighten. Then screw the cover to the lid.
Install M3 screw and squarenut
Cover with hole in the back. Print this standing up (large "circle" at base) it should not need supports on most printers. However a brim might be useful.