Grove - Temperature & Humidity Sensor is a high quality, low-cost digital temperature and humidity sensor based on the DHT11 module.
|Dimensions||40mm x20mm x8mm|
|Input Voltage||3.3V & 5V|
|Measuring Current||1.3 - 2.1 mA|
|Measuring Humidity Range||5% - 95% RH|
|Measuring Temperature Range||-20 - 60 ℃|
|Grove - Temperature & Humidity Sensor||1|
Using the system multiple persons can share a single toilet efficiently.
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
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 do not want to transplant the code, but need a generic way of communicate with the sensor irrespective of the controller I'm going to use. Datasheet would be very useful
Yes, you can.you can use jumper wire to connect them together.GND--GND,VCC--VCC,NC--No connection,SIG--A0.
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'.
Hi,Dear.This battery provides power supply for RTC, but can't act as the power source of stalker.
Yes,you can.Many products can used with other IC chips.
Hi, I've bought 2 of these and am using the Xilinx XC3S400 board. There is are no connectors that are compatible with the 4 pin as this sensor has. How do you suggest I hook this sensor to the FPGA board? I've got a breadboard that I can attach to the
hi there, yes, there is an "adapter" : Grove - Screw Terminal. you can find it here: https://www.seeedstudio.com/de... .
yes,you can do that! Sensor--Arduino, GND--GND, VCC--5V, NC--(NO CONNECTION), SIG--ANALOG 0(0 TO 5).
Please, could you clarify me what is the time unit in specification of sensors? For example, signal collecting period is S, what is the meaning?
Thank you in advance
You can make 1 battery from 3. You need to connect all batteries in parallel.
But you need to equalize battery voltages before connect they in parallel. For example, you can use a three 2ohm resistors.
I've used sketch from adafruit, etc. also as in the wiki but didn't work, someone said those sketches don't match for my circuit, the sketches match for simple circuit like Uno, Mega, etc. VCC is 3.8V so the power is fine. I can read analog data from s
Hi there, the sensor works with 3.3v and 5v. it shall work with arduino mkr connector carrier. thanks.
Hi, for monitoring soil moisture, please consider the Grove - Moisture Sensor, URL: https://www.seeedstudio.com/Grove-Moisture-Sensor-p-955.html.