I slowly found myself collected all of the available Adafruit Feather series microcontrollers because they are so easy to test and implement into projects. A good number of my projects have either included these boards or used them for initial testing of a build. I realized that there was a way to simplify the builds even further, that is where the WIND board comes in. Check out the video below.
The WIND PCB is a project development or even deployment tool. It allows you to install any Feather series board into it, have a secure battery holder (18650), and flywire any sensors that are not already available in the Feather platform. There are also a few buttons on board and a power switch should you need to use them.
There is a 3D-printable, easy to mount, housing available with some options. It's designed to be easily modified for a number of different uses without much hassle in circuit design. The board itself is basically a breadboard that is built specifically for the Feather series boards. If you want to change microcontrollers, its as easy as swapping out the module.
Need a quick outdoor ESP8266 temperature sensor? Just install the ESP8266 module, flywire the DHT11 sensor, add some firmware and a battery, you're good to go!
All of the files to make one are available on the GitHub here: http://bit.ly/wind_breakout