A nice snap kit for packaging Adafruit HTU21D-F Temperature & Humidity Sensor breakout boards into a mountable casing. Comes in two prints which have a latch on the bottom to secure them together.
Vents in front of the sensor should allow for air to pass and not affect readings.
Top mount can be screwed into any frame with a variety of screw sizes.
Breakout pins (e.g. 0.1 inch) fit nicely in the design and there’s room for the wire extrusion out the back of the breakout board for soldered connections.
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