Here's a quick howto for Australasia, to construct a waterproof enclosure for a Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi + RAK-831 + Converter Board + Sundries (such as this kit.
5-10mm Cable Gland.
6-12mm Cable Gland.
Drill bits: 20mm, 18mm, 3mm, 2.5mm.
-Cut the Perpex to size, 145mm x 113mm.
-Drill eight holes in the Perspex. Four 2.5mm to mount the Raspberry Pi and four 3mm to affix to the Enclosure.
-Drill two holes in the side wall of the Enclosure, one 18mm and the other 20mm.
-Insert the Cable Glands into the holes in the Enclosure.
-Mount the Raspberry Pi on the Persex and affix the Persex to the Enclosure.
-Run the cables for electricity supply, GPS antenna and LoRa antenna through the Cable Glands and connect to the Raspberry Pi.
-Wrap insulation tape around the cables and the Cable Glands for waterproofing.
-Attach the lid to the Enclosure.
-Mount the Enclosure with the Cable Glands at the bottom, towards the ground.
Viola! Another LoRa
gateway is born.