converting a schematic to breadboard

Hi,

I’m trying to wire up this sensor to an arduino via a breadboard.

There is a schematic in the datasheet with a resistor and capacitor.

Does this look wired up correctly?

Four wires: Red = VCC (3-5VDC), Green = Ground, Yellow = Clock, Blue = Data

Do I just connect the VVC and Grd with the capacitor? and similarly just connect the data line to vcc with a resistor?

On the data track (blue wires) does it matter what order I put the resistor and 2 wires?

Many thanks

That looks right to me, though that seems a very expensive way to measure the humidity around a single pot plant ..?

Be very careful with you connections as those SHT sensors damage very quickly, as I found out to my cost one time !

pot plant?

What the… hahaha!

humidity around a single pot plant ..?

What forum are you really talking about?

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The phrase "pot plant" is apparently commonly used in some countries to refer to any "potted plant"

Probably in all, but in most, more than one interpretation. :roll_eyes: