I currently have an Arduino UNO board, the Weather Board and Weather Rack products. In reading Weather Board document from SwitchDoc Labs - 0010-052516-01, there is lots of info physical wiring for Raspberry Pi. However, near the end of the document, there are only comments regarding Arduino indicating that info is coming soon:
Connecting an Arduino UNO or Mega2560 Using an Arduino Grove Shield Coming Soon Connecting an Arduino UNO or Mega2560 Using Pin Headers Coming Soon
How soon is soon? I am a novice to this technology and am trying to fudge my way thru it. IE: Connecting the Weather Board to the appropriate pins on the Arduino. I am using the Arduino SDL_WeatherBoard_Arduino-Master library software.
Thanks for getting back BP. I have a combination of Grove and non-Grove
Arduino UNO - Non-Grove Weather Board V3 - Grove Weather Rack from SDL - Grove ESP32 WiFi board - non-Grove Grove I2C 4 Ch / 16 bit A to D converter - Grove Grove 128x64 I2C OLED Board - Grove SDL DS3231 AT24C32 EPROM, Battery - Non-Grove AM2315 Encased I2C temp/humidity sensor - Grove AdaFruit BME280 Temp/humidity/pressure sensor - non-Grove