I'm currently doing a project that consists of:
- Arduino Nano.
- Buck Boost converter.
- GPS module.
- TSL2561 light sensor.
- BH1750FVI light sensors.
- LSM6DS3 Accelerometer.
- MicroSD shield with microSD
All of the sensors are I2C based, GPS is UART and SD card is SPI.
My question is:
I'm planning to place the components inside a wooden box and mount the box to the top of the car roof with neodymium magnets so it is movable around the vehicle roof top for the measurement.
Will the wood box be sufficient to stop the magnetic fields produced by the neodymium magnets (for mounting) from interfering (if there is going to be any) with the components that are connected to the PCB board?