Solar switch enclosure

I’m going to write a longer post later on about how I went from there to here, but I recently finished my solar switch and decided to go ahead and post some shots.

Solar switch front showing LCD, LCD backlight switch, and shutoff override switch (red switch).

Solar switch back showing Xbee antenna, AC and DC current sensor inputs (using mini stereo phone jacks), and power chord).

Final solar switch circuit with an arduino-on-a-breadboard running the 200A DC relay on top, and equipped with a voltage divider, DC and AC current sensors, and Xbee ZB for wireless (complete with its own 3.6V voltage source and logic level shifting on IO).

And, here is a gallery of pics of the process, including earlier versions of the circuit and cutting holes into the case, as well as some wireless testing.

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