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Grove Temperature and Humidity Sensor Pro
Including €0.01 for ecotax
Grove Temperature and Humidity Sensor Pro: accurate in all weather
More accurate and robust than the SEN11301P model, also manufactured by Seeed Studio, this temperature and humidity sensor compatible with the Grove interface works between -40 and +80 °C with an accuracy of 0.5 °C thanks to a negative temperature coefficient thermistor system.
In practice, the resistance decreases as the temperature increases, and vice versa, with resistance values that increase or decrease more significantly than with a thermoresistance.
The Grove temperature sensor connected to the Connection shield for Arduino Mega board
The humidity sensor included in the module is a capacitive sensor capable of recording changes in humidity of between 5 and 99%, to within plus or minus 2%.
The SEN51035P Grove Sensor is the ideal instrument for your environmental measurements
The features of the Grove SEN51035P Sensor make it an excellent module for all your DIY environmental measuring devices. Small, very sensitive and energy efficient, it has a maximum response time of 20 seconds making it perfectly suitable for professional use.
With this little gem, you’ll have no difficulties measuring the humidity in your home, or even installing a remote or temperature monitoring system.
Technical specifications of the SEN51035P Grove Temperature and Humidity Sensor Pro
- Grove-compatible interface
- Measures temperature between -40 and 80 °C (+/- 0.5 °C)
- Measures humidity between 5 and 99% (+/-2%)
- Response time: 6–20 sec.
- Supply: 3.3–6 Vdc
- Consumption: 1.5 uA
- Dimensions: 40 x 20 x 11 mm
Resources for the Grove Temperature and Humidity Sensor Pro
Take a look at these various documents, available on the Internet or for download, to quickly get to grips with your temperature and humidity sensor module:
Introduction to the Grove system: