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Temperature-Humidity Sensor-AF5485 (Encased RS485 )

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101990563

The AF5485 is a high performance industrial network-based temperature and humidity transmitter. It measures the temperature and humidity environment in the form of digital display on the local display. When the measured data exceeds the limitation, the output control signal generate a sound alarm signal, at the same time the response is sent by the host command, to upload the data to the host through the RS485 bus in the data packets. 

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PRODUCT DETAILS

The AF5485 is a high performance industrial network-based temperature and humidity transmitter. It measures the temperature and humidity environment in the form of digital display on the local display. When the measured data exceeds the limitation, the output control signal generate a sound alarm signal, at the same time the response is sent by the host command, to upload the data to the host through the RS485 bus in the data packets. The AF5485 has the characteristics of small volume, light weight, wide range, high precision, fast response speed and good long-term stability, etc, therefore it can be widely used in building automation, HVAC and climate signal collection, museum and hotel weather station, logistics and medical industry, room temperature monitoring and any other field that needs of the air temperature and humidity measurement and control.

You can download the AF5485 datasheet here.

Sensor Performance

Relative Humidity (%RH)

Parameter Condition Min Typical  Max  Units
Resolution     0.1   %RH
Measuring range   0 ±3 99.9 %RH
Drift Typical   0.1   %RH/yr
Sampling period     2.5   s

Temperature( ℃)

Parameter Condition Min Typical  Max  Units
Resolution     0.1  
Measuring range   -40 ±0.5 80
Drift Typical   0.1   ℃/yr
Sampling period     2.5   s

Part List

1 x AF5485

2 x Expansion nail

1 x Flange bracket

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 9025800000
UPC

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

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With so many temperature sensors available, how should we choose the right one for our Arduino project? Well, it really depends on several factors such as what we are measuring, the degree of accuracy we need and where we may be measuring the temperature.

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