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    Battery-Operated HeaterMeter Finished!

    Hey guys, finally got this all-in-one battery powered HM up and working. Thanks to Tom Cole for the design of the case, which I blatantly ripped-off for my own design. I know the printing of my case isn't great and the printer will need more adjustments. Everything fit, so it wasn't a big deal to me that it wasn't perfect.

    The batteries and charging circuit are from Amazon.

    It's wired in a way so that I can power the HM directly from the standard 12V jack, power the HM from the battery by flipping the switch, or charge the battery with HM either off or on.














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    Looks awesome. Great job!

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    You guys never cease to amaze me with what you do with HM! Well done!

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    Very Nice! That, my friend, is a true work of art!

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    I like its wide enough to stand up by itself.

    Be cool if someone made a case that sat naturally at angle for viewing. Kind of triangular. Simple box rectangle has no necessary function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinB View Post
    Be cool if someone made a case that sat naturally at angle for viewing. Kind of triangular.
    Like ThermoWorks Signals:


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    There is a heatermeter stand on thingiverse
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1294406

    I think it might be for the 4.2 version though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayzon View Post
    There is a heatermeter stand on thingiverse
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1294406

    I think it might be for the 4.2 version though
    There are two versions. 4.2 and 4.3. Don't need to use the cross braces. The ends work fine by themselves.

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