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Grove - Infrared Temperature Sensor for Arduino

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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 a blackened surface to absorb the incident thermal infrared radiation, which induces a voltage response at output terminals.

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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 a blackened surface to absorb the incident thermal infrared radiation, which induces a voltage response at output terminals.

Features

  • Non-contact temperature measurement: Infrared temperature collection within 9CM
  • Wide range of temperature measurements: Temperature measurements range from -10 to 100 ℃
  • Low power consumption: The power consumption is less than 0.6mW
  • Accurate temperature measurement: The measurement accuracy error was only ±2℃
  • Grove compatible interface: The product ensures "Plug and Play" and could be versatile for various applications of Grove

Description

The Infrared temperature sensor is a non-contact temperature measure model. It is composed of 116 elements of thermocouple in series on a floating micro-membrane, the black Surface of the sensor is good to absorb the incident thermal infrared radiation, which might trigger a voltage response at the output. This sensor outputs an analog voltage (0~1.1V) according to the target temperature.

We have developed more than 400 Grove modules, covering a wide range of applications that can fulfil various needs. Click to explore the Grove Sensor family and get started to Grove your Idea. 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 use of the product.

Application

  • Motion sensor
  • Thief-guarding System
  • Switch
  • Industrial automation
  • Body distance check

One More Thing

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The IP66 housing, Bluetooth configuration, compatibility with the global LoRaWAN® network, built-in 19 Ah battery, and powerful support from APP make the SenseCAP S210x the best choice for industrial applications. The series includes sensors for soil moisture, air temperature and humidity, light intensity, CO2, EC, and an 8-in-1 weather station. Try the latest SenseCAP S210x for your next successful industrial project.

Upgrade to Industrial Sensors

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Specification

Dimensions 130mm×80mm×11mm
Supply Voltage 3.3V/5V
Measuring Current Supply 160-200 uA
Measuring Range -10~100°C
Measuring Accuracy ±2℃
Measuring Distance 9CM
Holding Time 2S
Operating Temperature -10~80 °C
Storage Temperature -35-80 °C

Part List

Grove - Infrared Temperature Sensor 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 9025900090
USHSCODE 9026104000
UPC 841454108115
EUHSCODE 9013101000
COO CHINA
EU DoC 1
RoHS 1
UK DoC 1

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    Great below 30C ambient, inaccurate if sensor is hotter The voltage divider used to measure the ambient temperature uses a 2M resistor. The thermistor is only 100k and on a 12 bit ADC the accuracy degrades quickly if the thermistor gets hotter than about 30C.
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