Outdoor enclosure for Zigbee Temperature & Humidity sensors

I remixed this design to create an enclosure that protects larger Zigbee temperature and humidity sensors (like the ones from Tuya and Sonoff) from the elements so they can be used outdoors. The vertical column includes a mounting hole so it can be hung from a hook.

The internal dimensions are approximately: 46mm (wide) x 17mm (deep) x 39mm (tall) or 1.9″ (wide) x 0.6″ (deep) x 1.5″ (tall).

Parts list:

  • Tuya Zigbee Temperature & Humidity sensor ( Amazon – US)

You can find the .stl’s on Printables here.

Print settings

  • Printer: Creality Ender 3v2 Neo
  • Filament: Anycubic white PLA (Amazon – US)
  • Bed temperature: 60’c
  • Nozzle temperature: 200’c
  • Infill: 20%

Bonus – A time-lapse video of one being printed.

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