kr0490
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Mounting sensors

Thu Jul 21, 2016 6:56 am

What is an easy way to mount the pi and a few sensors along with a breadboard? I just want something that I can easily screw the sensors into.I have a gas sensor, humiture sensor, flame sensor, and a few others all from sunfounder.

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Re: Mounting sensors

Thu Jul 21, 2016 7:17 am

kr0490 wrote:What is an easy way to mount the pi and a few sensors along with a breadboard? I just want something that I can easily screw the sensors into.I have a gas sensor, humiture sensor, flame sensor, and a few others all from sunfounder.
That is entirely up to you.

... there is no 'right' way to mount sensors... you need to make the determination of what your requirements are, then make the mounts to your own specifications. Is this going to be an edu lab? a robotics mount ? a demo board ? depending on the application you will need to make mods for each sensor so that it works properly, and so that its accessible &c.

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Re: Mounting sensors

Fri Jul 22, 2016 7:16 am

yes, sensors are different, so it depends on sensors you want use and your space limiting.
I saw a easy fitting system
Of couse, if you use a multi in one sensor, it will be much easier
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