This is an 3D printed enclosure for a wireless, solar powered chicken coop sensor that measures ambient temperature and relative humidity inside of a chicken coop. It is made to be easy to install. All you need is a drill, 2″ hole saw and 4, #6 woodscrews. No other wiring is needed it is all self contained. This is still a work in progress with a number of improvements to be done in the next weeks.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1079828
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