Grove - High Temperature Sensor

SKU 111020002
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Description

Thermocouples are very sensitive, requiring a good amplifier with a cold - compensation reference. The Grove - Temperature Sensor USES a K type thermocouple Temperature detection, with a Thermistor to detect The ambient Temperature as Temperature compensation. The detectable range of this Sensor is -50-600℃ , and The accuracy is ±(2.0% + 2℃) 

 

Specifications 

  • Voltage:3.3 ~ 5V 

  • Max power rating at 25℃ :300mW 

  • Operating temperature range:-40 ~ +125 ℃ 

  • The temperature measurement range is (-50 ~ +600℃) 

  • Amplifier output voltage range (0 ~ 3.3 V) mv 

  • Cold junction compensation (environment temperature measurement) 

  • Thermocouple temperature measurement accuracy of + / - 2.0% (+ 2 ℃) 

 

Package Include:

  • Grove - High Temperature Sensor x1

  • Thermocouple Temperature Sensor x1

  • 24AWG Grove Cable  - 4P-4P-2.0-200mm x1

 


Technical Details

Dimensions110mm x 85mm x 12.50mm
WeightG.W 30g    
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Part List

Grove - High Temperature Sensor1

ECCN/HTS

ECCNEAR99
HSCODE9025900090

Certification

RoHSCompliant

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Hello. Is possible to connect it to wio node? Thanks.
on Aug 31,2017
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Hi there~Yes it is possible.One of our customers has been successfully modified.We do not provide official package for the time being.You may have a try.Good luck.
on Jan 03,2018 15:29 PM
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Can you change the thermocouple to detect a higher temp, say +1200C?
on Oct 19,2016
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Hi atos~ Unfortunately we can not.At present 600C is the extremity.Regards
on Jan 03,2018 15:23 PM
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Hello, is it possible to change the sensor by another sensor type K ?
on Oct 07,2018
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Hi there, Yes, it supports all type K sensors. thanks.
on Oct 10,2018 09:31 AM
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Can this sensor will work with RPI and detect cartridge heating range in LCD
on Sep 28,2018
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Hi there, we have a demo with grovepi+. here is the link. **http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/Grove-High_Temperature_Sensor/#play-with-raspberry-pi**. You can connect to Grove-LCD RGB Back light to Grovepi+ to display the data. **https://github.com/DexterInd/GrovePi/tree/master/Software/Python/grove_rgb_lcd**. thanks.
on Sep 29,2018 16:01 PM
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What is the make and model of the TC chip used on this module so I can read its datasheet?
on Aug 07,2018
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Hi, there~you can go to the website##http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/Grove-High_Temperature_Sensor/#tech-support_1## for the resources of this module, Regards!
on Aug 08,2018 09:14 AM
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Hello. Can i connect to thermocouple with 70 m cable length ? thanks
on May 18,2018
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Hi there~ Yes you can, you can use two Grove-RJ45 Adapters to extend the length to about 80m.Please check here.======================================================== https://www.seeedstudio.com/Grove-RJ45-Adapter-p-1426.html
on May 21,2018 09:01 AM
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Can this be placed in direct flame to detect temperatures?
on Apr 25,2018
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Hi there~ You can put the top of the wire into the flame. Regards
on Apr 25,2018 16:57 PM
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hello..What is the length of Thermocouple Temperature Sensor cable? And what is the temperature range for that cable?
on Dec 11,2017
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Hi there~ The cable is about 1 meter longer.(In fact the one we have is 98cm) And the temperature range is -50℃-600℃.Regards
on Jan 03,2018 15:18 PM
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Hello. Thermocouple is made with asbestos or glass fiber?
on May 25,2017
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Hi there~ The thermocouple is made with glass fiber.Regards
on Jan 03,2018 15:58 PM
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Hello, can you please tell me how to connect this sensor to arduino ? is it an I2C or not ? if so what is his address ? it's not clear on the WIKI
on Oct 19,2016
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Hi there ~ It is not I2C, infact it is Anolog.Thanks for your comment, we have fixed our wiki.Regards
on Jan 03,2018 16:02 PM
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    Grove - High Temperature Sensor

    SKU 111020002
    $13.90
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    $13.90/ 1pcs+
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    $11.50/ 50pcs+
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