This Grove-Infrared temperature sensor is a non-contact temperature measure model.The sensor is composed of 116 elements of thermocouple in series on a floating micro-membrane having an active diameter of 545μm and with blacken surface to absorb the incident thermal infrared radiation, which induces a voltage response at output terminals.
• Grove compatible interface
• Wide supply voltage range: 3V~5V
• Zero drift amplify current
• Power consumption: less than 0.6mW
• Temperature measure range: -10~100°C
• Measure accuracy: ±2°C
• Nominal measure distance: 9CM
• 2.0cm x 4.0cm Grove module
• Motion sensor
• Thief-guarding System
• Industrial automation
• Body distance check
|Dimensions||130mm x 80mm x 11mm|
|Grove - Infrared Temperature Sensor||1|
Does this sensor work for Beagleboard
Hello to all. I want to use this sensor to monitor the temperature of a baby while he is sleeping. I would like to know if it might manage to be harmful. Does this sensor issue some type of energy? Or only it receives the infrared light and turns her i
Please could tell me about resolution of this sensor I mean .0 .00 .000 .0000?.
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Do you have any video showing this sensor activity?
I'm trying to use your IR temperature sensor (SEN01041P) with this module and an XBee digimesh 2.4. I gather that Vref will need to be tied to Vcc for this to work. Is there a simple way to do this on your carrier board, or will I have to solder a conn
I see the links to the source code on the GroveExpansion page. Can I just download those and recompile them using the 4.2 framework? Is that all it takes to make them 4.2 compatible? Thanks for the great support.
I think I have answered my own question. It looks like I'd connect the sensor to a Grove Expansion and connect the Grove Expansion to the Cobra board? Does that seem right?
Hi - Is this sensor compatible with the GHI Cobra series board? I am using the .NET Micro Framework. If not, can I add other components to use it with that board and if so, what would they be? Old software guy, new to embedded systems. Also looking at
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