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Shannon Hicks

    The Atlas Scientific sensors work fine with 3.3v VCC, so just connect the 3.3v pin on the Mayfly header (either the D22 switched or the constant 3.3v VCC pin) to the Atlas board along with a ground line. Then choose 2 free digital pins for the comms, like 6 & 7 or 10 & 11, and edit the first few lines of the sample code to change from the pins 2 & 3 that’s shown in the demo.