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A NEW MICRO Laserbee enclosure!

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Well I put my laserbee into yet another enclosure and I think this one is my best work thus far! Let me know what you think!
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Thanks!
 





udanis

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Is that an ipod case? lol

I really want an lpm....but turns out they are kinda expensive lol
 

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I'm a big fan of clear enclosures for any electronics. That is sick. I would kill to have a clear cell phone haha. Did you try to fit the thermopile in? Maybe if you moved the "ON OFF" switch to the side closest to the far right tiny black push switch. You would have to drill another hole in the case though (for the sensor and if you moved the switch I just realized). +1
 
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I'm a big fan of clear enclosures for any electronics. That is sick. I would kill to have a clear cell phone haha. Did you try to fit the thermopile in? Maybe if you moved the "ON OFF" switch to the side closest to the far right tiny black push switch. You would have to drill another hole in the case though (for the sensor and if you moved the switch I just realized). +1

I did think of that, and it DOES fit. BUT Jerry claims that having the thermopile in the enclosure affects the readings, it does not affect it much but I want it to be accurate as possible :) thanks for the kind words, I am rather proud of my work on it :D
 
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Good idea to put your LaserBee I into a clear plastic
enclosure.. And also a good idea to not mount the
Thermopile on the inside of the box...


Jerry
 




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