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danristheman
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« on: Jul 13 2016 10:48:59 »

Recently I have been working on finding an outdoor weather enclosure for my switches. I have run into some set backs as in it being too expensive and small for what I need. One night having dinner with mom looked on the floor and seen an old PC tower sitting on the floor. I got an idea why I can I use an old PC tower for an outdoor weather enclosure seal it up the right and have a space for your switches for very cheap or even free. Here are some pics.
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« Reply #1 on: Jul 13 2016 11:01:48 »

What a great idea, danristheman. Those old computer towers are around a lot of yard sales I see. They are usually very cheap. Super way to reuse the case.  Thanks for sharing, I bet a lot of members here could use the same idea to conceal their switches from the weather.

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