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.
|Dimensions||130mm x 80mm x 11mm|
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
Yesterday I received a new message about my order - now is"shipped". What this mean? When do you haven?t received repaired pcb files, shipment contain only 2 pcbs, or you have some bad informations? :-) Many thanks,
Only infraredray will be sent, so it is not harmful to people completely.
Please could tell me about resolution of this sensor I mean .0 .00 .000 .0000?.
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Sorry I did not question the right way, what I meant is how accurate the sensor take measurement, tenths, hundredths or thousandths by example 23°C or 23.1°C or 23.17°C or 23.175°C or 23.1758°C.
Do you have any video showing this sensor activity?
So, it was my fault, it was because I didn't send all the gerberfiles. Thank you for the quick reply and for the very good PCB's a got.
Hi,Henrique Matos,Sorry ,We haven't got the 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
This message was supposed to go under the Grove XBee Carrier. That is what I mean when I say"This module".
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.
Hi,Williamnoe.you need ues the 4.2 framework with Gadgeteer.But i'm sorry for some reasons that we can't provide the latest framework now,thanks for your comprehension.And we'll fine down it.Thanks again.
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?
Yes, you are right.But our Grove Expansion's framework version is 4.1,please attention.
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
Dear William noel.You can use Grove Expansion - .NET Gadgeteer Compatible for expansion.
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