Following on from this post: Fastest OneWire (ds18b20) update rate on Raspberry Pi
I use digital BH1750 sensors internally to measure light levels.
My only external integrated sensor is currently a very old and now cranky Oregon Scientific temperature/humidity sensor.
I know I'm going to have to replace it before long and actually I really want Air Pressure, Light, Temperature & Humidity which isn't hard to do.
My only question is whether I put the sensors with an ESP8266 in a single box or whether I run power/data to a sensor box and keep the ESP separate?
There are good reasons to keep the ESP separate to the sensors (high-frequency interference from the WiFi) but I'm not that knowledgeable about electronics and so I'm not certain about the wiring it would need.
Power is not an issue by the way since the position of the sensor means that I can power it from mains.