- Oct 5, 2001
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Someone on here used a 3 receptacle box to hold their camera so I took my cam to the hardware store and searched and found one that is perfect. The ribs on the inside catch the hump for the viewfinder perfectly and prevent lateral movement and with a little trimming of the ribs in the back the camera can be flush mounted. I think I'm going to put the camera in one of these and use a blank cover to enclose it then stick the pir inside a single gang box and mount it to the triple as a complet unit. When you mount the pir inside and the fresnal lense is mounted flat, does this suffieciently limit its range to the periphery or will I still need to tape off the sides to get the limited range I want? My current housing is a scrounged plastic case and is too big, that's why I'm looking at smaller housings.