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March 10, 2016 AT 1:00 am

PIR Sensor Box #3DThursday #3Dprinting

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Kanetreble shared this PIR enclosure on Thingiverse

This is a VERY snug fit PIR enclosure, uses friction to close up. I say very snug in that a small amount of filing of the edge of one of my PIR’s had to occur to make it fit (each board is cut to slightly different sizes), but you won’t find a better custom enclosure.

Opening in the back to allow connections, feel free to share, modify or sell – free and open to the public!

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