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Kitronik Temperature Sensor Breakout Board

3.45
Measure temperature to an accuracy of up to 1C and temperature resolution of 0.0625C with this board. 8 boards can be addressed on the same I2C bus.

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This board uses the NCT75-D temperature sensor which has a temperature accuracy of up to 1C and temperature resolution of 0.0625C.

The device also features an over-temperature alert pin which is highly configurable. The temperature is read via an I2C bus. Since the device has 3 address pins it is possible to connect 8 devices on the same bus, a useful feature for comparing temperatures at several locations at once. The device can operate off either a 3V or 5V supply.

Features:

  • Accurate digital sensing.
  • Configurable over temperature alarm.
  • Up to eight devices can be used on the same bus.

Contents:

  • 1 x Digital Temperature Sensing Breakout Board.

Possible applications include:

  • Indoor / outdoor temperature monitoring.
  • Equipment, temperature fault monitoring.

Dimensions:

  • Length: 28mm.
  • Width: 28mm.
  • Height: 3mm.

Connections:

  • Vcc: Supply Voltage
  • A0: Address Pin 1
  • A1: Address Pin 2
  • A2: Address Pin 3
  • SDA: I2C Data
  • SCL: I2C Clock
  • OS/ALRT: Configurable over-temperature alarm
  • GND: Ground

Resources:

This product is supplied in a bag.

Physical characteristics:

  • Length: 28mm.
  • Width: 28mm.
  • Height: 3mm.

Electrical characteristics:

  • Operating Supply Voltage: 3.0 to 5.5V
  • Operating Ambient Temperature Range: ?55 to 125 C
  • ADC Resolution: 12 Bit
  • Temperature Resolution: 0.0625 C
  • Accuracy (0C to +70C): 1C@
  • Accuracy (?25C to +100C): 2C@
  • Accuracy (?55C to +125C): 3C@
  • Update Rate: 80ms
  • Current consumption: 0.44mA to 0.8mA

Questions:

Posted by Kenny, Thursday, 29 September 2016 on product Kitronik Temperature Sensor Breakout Board

Question:

Does it connect to the Basic 16x2 Character LCD - Black on Green 3.3V???

Answers:

  • Posted by Michael Lockhart on Thursday, 29 September 2016

    Hi Kenny, although it is technically possible to do you would need to connect the breakout board to a microprocessor such as an Arduino and then connect this to the LCD display. You would need to have a good knowledge of coding in C to be able to do this.

Posted by john rowing, Thursday, 8 October 2015 on product Kitronik Temperature Sensor Breakout Board

Question:

Have 'you' ever actually connected several of these boards together ( with different addresses) ? One device on its own works fine, but two (or more) appear to stop the SLC line i.e. no clock or data on the SLC and SDA lines ... driven from an Arduino 2560 Mega board. I have other boards ( using the same NCT75 ic) which I assembled myself , and two 'boards' work fine. I'll try a third shortly, but your boards appear not to work when there is more than one on the Clock and Data bus. regards John mobile 07479 015168

Answers:

  • Posted by Michael Lockhart on Thursday, 8 October 2015

    Hi john, we are currently looking into this further however if you can supply some more information regarding this it will enable us to take a more detailed look at this. If you can send the details of what pull-up resistor you are using and what baud rate, to support@kitronik.co.uk we will try to offer some more advise.

  • Posted by Michael Lockhart on Thursday, 8 October 2015

    Hi John, I’m glad to hear that by changing the pull up resistor on the clock and data lines have solved this issue.

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