Grove - Temperature Sensor uses a thermistor to measure ambient temperature. The resistance of thermistor changes based on ambient temperature. This resistance value alters the output of a voltage divider which is measured by an analog input pin and converted to a temperature value. The operating range is -40 to 125°C , with an accuracy of 1.5°C .
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|Dimensions||24mm x20mm x9.8mm|
|Thermistor Zero power resistance||100 KΩ|
|Nominal B-Constant||4250 ~ 4299K|
|Operating temperature range||-40°C to 125°C|
|Grove - Temperature Sensor||1|
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En esta lección vamos a aprender a conectar y programar el módulo GROVE sensor de .Thanks Javier Martinez provide this lesson for introduction to Seeeduino with Grove Starter Kit.
In this lesson you will learn how to connect and program the temperature sensor grove module.Thanks Javier Martinez provide this lesson for introduction to Seeeduino with Grove Starter Kit.
The Grove - Temperature Sensor uses a Thermistor to detect the ambient temperature. The resistance of a thermistor will increase when the ambient temperature decreases. It's this characteristic that we use to calculate the ambient temperature. The detecta
Hi Terry, I only need to know the properties and origin of this function to adapt it to my ADC settings (12 bits and 3,3V as VCC). I think that this sensor is generic sensor and it can be used with different platforms and ADC configurations. For this,
The Vref value of seeeduino is 5V and Seeeduino is a 10 bit ADC. If you select other microcontroller, you can set ADC. There is a Grove - I2C ADC using to get more precise value, you can have a try.
How would be this function if I use an 12 bits ADC and 3,3 Vcc: float readTemp()
const int B=3975;
int sensorValue = analogRead( tempPin );
I only need to know the properties and origin of this function to adapt it to my ADC settings (12 bits and 3,3V as VCC). I think that this sensor is generic sensor and it can be used with different platforms and ADC configurations. For thi
We took your code from the project seven website wiki into the arduino and I'm not able, to reach over lets say an outputabove 45 to 50?°C.
Have you ever made a test above the 50?°C?
Temps around -20 to 30?°C are very good, but when going hig
I changed the NTC meanwhile and checked the NTC that was on the boards, they seem to be 5K not 10K, not very shure. Now I use 10 K NTC without the LM, but this works good now.
Can you confirm the part number of the thermistor please (or the B value)?
The graph in the data sheet is for the TTC3A103#34D, but the B value in the sample is for the TTC3A103#39H.
The schematic for this module does not appear to be correct. Is the IC a current source in series with the thermistor?
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I'm looking for the temperature equation for the v1.1 of this. I get that the B value has changed from the sample but the equation on the SeeedStudio github produces clearly absurd results (raw value comes in at around 520-530 for room temperature).<
Sorry for the delayed reply.We have updated the wiki for V1.1/V1.2 and the new equation provides correct value.
Can you please confirm which thermistors are used on board revisions v1.0, v1.1 and v1.2?
I am trying to find accurate B values.
Check the new wiki for updated equation for V1.2/V1.1 http://www.seeedstudio.com/wik...
I have purchased this recently and trying to follow example at http://learn.adafruit.com/tmp3...
However I do not find the resolution in millivolt/de
Can you please let me know in which document equation used at wiki:http://www.seeedstudio.com/wik... is documented. In dat
I need sensor which will be able to measure temperature 80-90-100C. Does your sensor able to measure this temperature ?
yes,you can.But please pay attention to the working time,this is not a industrial product,so you may not use it in a very hard situation too long.
Hi~We tested our sensor with the demo from our wiki,and it works well.So could you please tell us about the code you use and send a picture and log to our support email. email@example.com ~~~Thanks
Please refer the Intel Edison python code of Grove Temperature Sensor from the following link: https://software.intel.com/en-us/iot/hardware/sensors/grove-temperature-sensor.
I'm using the Grove Shield that came with the Dev kit set to the 5V side.
There is no code. I'm using the IoT Developer Hub, Node-Red definition with the following settings:
Yielding a result of:
Hello,what do you mean I2C pin type sensor?
Hi, this is not an I2C type sensor .