ajalele wrote:I have the same question as micniel. I plan to use mine for the weather sensors on the sense hat. I am having trouble figuring how to protect the whole unit but still allow it to get accurate temp, humidity, and barometric readings.
I think it is fairly well documented that the Sense Hat's temperature readings are effected by the heat given off by the Raspberry Pi itself.
If you really want accurate readings AND have the Pi in a weather proof enclosure then you are probably better off not using the Sense hat and use seperate sensors.
These sensors can sit in a 'splash' proof case where they can still read the outside environment but the rest of the electronics can be housed in an IP65 rated box and the connecting wires are appropriately routed such as to not damage the protection methods of the IP65 box.