Here follows a video I made showing a board I rode essentially with arduino and a thermo hygrometer sensor (capture the ambient temperature and relative humidity), which I used for measurements that contributed to my job completion of my course (Biomedical Systems).
The video is in Portuguese, but it is not necessary to understand the language, since it is self-explanatory. Already assembled in the video I show the sensor in action collecting and transmitting data to my computer via USB with the presentation of data through a terminal software.
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This looks like a great little electronics interface project. Incidentally, DuckDuckGo prefers the spelling thermo hygrometer, sometimes hyphenated. It took me a couple of seconds to figure out what the word was; after I did I wasn't sure of the spelling so I typed it into search and got: