I wonder whether it is possible to use an Arduino Mega in a cell incubator.
In the incubator there is a temperature of 37°C, 5% CO2 in the atmosphere and a high relative humidity of around 95% - 98%. I think the temperature (specs of ATmega2560, temperature range: -40 °C to 85 °C) and the CO2 is no problem.
But I am concerned the condensation due to the high humidity will cause damage.
One mitigation could be, that I first pre-warm the Arduino Mega so it doesn't condensate.
(There is a possibility that I don't put the Arduino in the incubator at all, but it would be easier if I could).