Enclosure - YoctoBox snap-together: Meteo & Temperature
The top is 3D-printed from semi-translucent 'natural' PLA. While it's not completely transparent like the original Yoctopuce part, it's translucent enough to see the activity of the blue 'Yocto-light' (status LED) on the Yoctopuce module. Vents permit ambient air to reach the sensors. The base is also 3D-printed from PLA.
The two parts snap together easily, and can be separated again with assistance of a small prying tool like a small flat-head screwdriver or a knife or even fingernails.
The mounting slots are exactly 75mm apart (center-to-center), making them conveniently compatible with the perforated plastic back panels of BUD brand enclosures. 3/8" long, #6 sheet metal screws are perfect for this application. If you don't want to use screws or bolts, these are also easily mounted using double-stick tape or adhesive-backed Velcro.
There's also a Mounting Bracket version with no cover, for simply screwing modules down to an enclosure panel and retaining ultimate ease of access.
* The Yocto-Meteo sensor and Micro-USB cable which appear in the photos are not included.
* PLA, the plastic from which this part is manufactured, is highly resistant to UV damage and water. However it should not be used in high-temperature installations (e.g. >100C/212F) as it will soften and even melt.