1 x Arduino Mega R3
1 x Ethernet Shield R3
1 x pH Kit: Probe, Circuit and BNC
1 x DO Kit: Probe, Circuit and BNC
1 x EnvDAQ Shield Kit -or-
1 x Breadboard
1 x DHT-22
1 x 4.7k resistor
1 x LDR
1 x 10k resistor
1 x Bi-Color (Red/Green) 5mm LED
6 x 3-Pin Female Headers (We didn't have that so we used 3 x 10-Pin Female Headers)
8 x Male-Male jumper wires
Step 1: Wiring
Solder the headers in place. Next, you need to solder the four adjacent pins on the header to connect the bottom of the circuits to the probes circuit header PRB(C) to the BNC and from the bottom circuit GND(C) to the probe GND(BNC).
Insert the jumper wire into the appropriate holes and bend the tip to hold them in place. Make sure to bend the tips towards the header pin they connect to.
As an optional step you can use cable ties to keep everything nice and neat.
Finally, connect the other end of the jumper wires in the Arduino Mega pins.