This temperature & humidity sensor provides a pre-calibrated digital output. A unique capacitive sensor element measures relative humidity and the temperature is measured by a negative temperature coefficient (NTC) thermistor. It has excellent reliability and long term stability. Please note that this sensor will not work for temperatures below 0 degree.
Relative Humidity and temperature measurement
Full range temperature compensation Calibrated
Digital signal Long term stability
Long transmission distance
Low power consumption
For all Grove users (especially beginners), we provide you guidance PDF documents. Please download and read through Preface - Getting Started and Introduction to Grove before your using of the product.
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I am using the DHT11 sensor. However it only reads the integer temperature values with Python and Raspberry Pi. Please do let me know how to retrieve fractional value.
Hi,you can't program it.This product is just a charger.
The USB data is passed through, you can program your USB-connected device by plugging the Rider into your programmer's USB port. So the Teensy/whatever stays permanently connected to the Rider.
I'm curious to know how it collects the data for two sensors on one analog pin? I can see that it works but just want to know how.
Hello,sorry for the late reply . Both the top layer and bottom layer copper fill connected to GND. We are sorry we didn't test like this before , thanks for you understanding.
Hello, I would like to ask, if it is possible to measure decimal value of temperature, or only entire value? Thank you for answer.
The way to use it is to pick off the plastic connector of solar panel.
Very sorry about this .
Can i know what is the max temp it can hold up. Or at wat temp this sensors melts
Hey Dineshkumar,you can refer to the wiki of this module, and you can see the maximum temp is 50 °C.
Can you provide more details on the timing intervals used by the sensor to
a) set up the communication
b) send each bit of data
The only 'spec' I can find is the statement 'It costs 5mS for single time communication'.
Do you have a more de
Yes??? you are totally right.
hi,the Sensitivity of Temperature is 1?°C ,so we can't get the decimal part of temperature.And the Sensitivity of Humidity is ?±1% .More detail ,watching wiki please.
I need to interface this with 430 launchpad. Can you please let me know how to do this. I do not see any generic way of reading the output signal other than Arduino based library.
Thanks, I posted a more elaborate question on the forums: http://www.seeedstudio.com/for...
I do not want to transplant the code, but need a generic way of communicate with the sensor irrespective of the controller I'm going to use. Datasheet would be very useful
I'm wondering if I can use this with arduino Uno, if I can how can i connect this with arduino uno
Hi there, correct. But down to 3.3v it can't do that.
Yes, you can.you can use jumper wire to connect them together.GND--GND,VCC--VCC,NC--No connection,SIG--A0.
Runs ok when powered by USB but doesn't work when board is powered by lithium battery.
It then always fails on 'start condition 2'.
Hi there, yes it is ok.If you use input with 5v.And about output it will change to 5V from battery.
Hi,Dear.This battery provides power supply for RTC, but can't act as the power source of stalker.
Hi, can i use this sensor with msp430 series controller?
Input voltage ranging from 4.8V to 6V can work well along this board.If you have two 6V panels, then one will be enough by all means.
Yes,you can.Many products can used with other IC chips.
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