LSM9DS1 Breakout Hookup Guide
On this page we'll discuss assembly hints. There's really not much to assembling the breakout board -- the real key is soldering something into the breakout holes.
To get a solid electrical and physical connection to the LSM9DS1 Breakout, you'll need to solder either connectors or wires to the break-out pins. What, exactly, you solder into the board depends on how you're going to use it.
If you're only going to use the I2C interface -- and ignore the interrupts -- you can get away with soldering just the four-pin header.
Mounting the Breakout
Because the LSM9DS1 senses motion, it's important (for most applications, at least) to keep it pinned in place. So the boards have four mounting holes toward the corners. The drill holes are 0.13" in diameter, so they should accommodate any 4/40 screw.
Consult the EAGLE PCB design files to find out more about the Breakout's dimensions.