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.
Note: Please note that this sensor will not work when environmental temperatures is below 0℃.
Relative Humidity and temperature measurement
Full range temperature compensation Calibrated
Digital signal Long term stability
Long transmission distance
Low power consumption
|Dimensions||40mm x 20mm x 8mm|
|Input Voltage||3.3V & 5V|
|Measuring Current||1.3 - 2.1 mA|
|Measuring Humidity Range||20% - 90% RH|
|Measuring Temperature Range||0 - 50 ℃|
|Grove - Temperature & Humidity Sensor||1|
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.
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, I would like to ask, if it is possible to measure decimal value of temperature, or only entire value? Thank you for answer.
Can i know what is the max temp it can hold up. Or at wat temp this sensors melts
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
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.
I'm wondering if I can use this with arduino Uno, if I can how can i connect this with arduino uno
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'.
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