RASPI-SENSOR
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Starting out fresh.

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Soldering to the RasPi. Note that pin 3 is shorter than the others.

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Stripped the other end of the patch lines.

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Yeah, I didn't solder that right. I had to re-do it.

 
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Nicely tinned stranded wires.

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Fixing up the solering job I did.

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RasPi reseated in the case, sensor and wires fed through the connection slot in the bottom.

 
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Not too shabby, if I do say so myself.

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Now, how to attach the sensor...

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Sensor zip-tied to my rack. I put Audra's case on upside down, which is why the hostname tape is inverted. In hindsight, I shouldn't have attached the temperature sensor right on top of the CPU while it's running.

 
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