Shared by J_T_3_D via Thingiverse
This is a remix of: http://ift.tt/2CQPp1Q
The case is slightly larger because the recommended battery is hard to obtain here in Germany (or may be Europe). The one that I found is slightly larger with the following measurements: 65mm x 40mm x 6,3mm
So I grabbed the original files and changed the dimensions to fit the battery that is available here: http://ift.tt/2FaNURt
While I was at it, I also added a wall mount where the weather station can be dropped in easily.
Thanks to Adafruit for this great project!
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March 1, 2018 at 09:54PM