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Grove - AHT20 I2C Industrial Grade Temperature and Humidity Sensor

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AHT20 is a new generation of temperature and humidity sensor embedded with a dual-row flat and no-lead SMD package, suitable for the reflow soldering. AHT20 is equipped with a newly designed ASIC chip: an improved MEMS semiconductor capacitive humidity sensor, and a standard on-chip temperature sensor. The output is the I2C protocol with the Grove interface.

$4.90
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PRODUCT DETAILS

Key Features

  • Temperature measurement range -40 ~ 85°C, Humidity measurement range 0 ~ 100% RH
  • Digital output, Grove I2C interface
  • Excellent long-term stability
  • SMD package suitable for reflow soldering
  • Quick response and strong anti-interference ability
  • Compatible with Arduino
  • 4-pin interface reserved

Description

AHT20 is a new generation of temperature and humidity sensor embedded with a dual-row flat and no-lead SMD package, suitable for the reflow soldering. AHT20 is equipped with a newly designed ASIC chip: an improved MEMS semiconductor capacitive humidity sensor, and a standard on-chip temperature sensor. 

The performance of AHT20 is more stable in harsh environments compared with the previous generation of temperature and humidity sensor such as Grove - Temperature & Humidity Sensor Pro (AM2302/DHT22), as a matter of fact, AHT20 is fittable in most industrial scenarios.

The output is the I2C protocol with the Grove interface. We have developed more than 300 Grove modules, covering a wide range of applications that can fulfill a variety of needs. Just plug and play to get started easily! 

Specification

  • Operating Voltage: DC:2.0-5.5V
  • Measuring Range (humidity) 0 ~ 100% RH
  • Temperature Range: -40 ~ + 85 ℃
  • Humidity Accuracy: ± 2% RH (25 ℃)
  • Temperature Accuracy ± 0.3 ℃
  • Resolution: Temperature: 0.01 ℃, Humidity: 0.024% RH
  • Output Interface: Grove I²C Interface
  • I2C address: 0x38

Dimensions

  • 24x20x12(mm)

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 9025900090
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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.
Different temperature and humidity sensors have large performance differences and large price differences. So how to choose the most suitable sensor for your project?

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    very good quality product.
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    This is way better than the normal DHT11 sensor
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