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neilh
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There is a Mayfly Protoshield rev1 – but I can’t find if its for sale anywhere.

I have one, and no plans for it right now so if you wanted it I could send it to you.

The details are here, but no gerbers.  With gerbers it would be possible to order the base boards directly from oshpark.com

https://github.com/EnviroDIY/EnviroDIY_Mayfly_Logger/tree/master/hardware/protoshield

https://photos.app.goo.gl/ocKSN3AuoqvJJx1L8

I have a base board defined in my PCB package, I could look at what it would take to generate a PCB  and then you could order it directly.

This would be the simplest, small spacing  2.54mm/0.1″ using,

https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/on-shore-technology-inc/OSTVN10A150/ED10567-ND/1588870

but practically speaking, it could be any connectors that you define how they fit round the Mayfly 2×10 connector.

I have a PCB that fits on the analog side – for Electrical Conductivity  Stream Disconnect for (which I’m hoping to to write up pretty soon ) so it would look something like this..

https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/WSMDBFEB