Look quite good, but they leave little room for sensors. Do you also have weather proof variants, lots of people make (outside) weather stations with their Arduino.
some ideas for weather proof version.
The weather station version need to be watertight and to be able to let wind through to measure the temperature and humidity, but keeps rain outside.The box must have a hole (rubber?) for wires to sensors outside the box e.g. anemometer and wind compass. The box must have means to connect it to a wall or a pole.The box must not block wifi or xbee signals (for those who want to be wireless)The box must be big enough to hold lipo or other battery
In fact it's very hard to make the box waterproof and have holes for wind at the same time...
- http://eyecatching-eyecandy.blogspot.nl/2012/04/louvre-windows-kaca-nako.html - get the idea?
In fact it's very hard to make the box waterproof and have holes for wind at the same time... Thinking about all your suggestions...
@volshebnick, These enclosures look just fantastic! Kudos on having such a beautiful sense of design. Honestly, I'm surprised the price is so low.Since you mentioned customizing enclosures, I want to ask: Can you customize enclosures on an as-needed basis for small changes like cutouts/holes or slightly longer along one axis? I'm talking about low quantities (1 to 10 enclosures). If you provide this service, what kind of price range will such custom enclosures be?