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What sensor should you use when you need to measure temperature? Most people will think of a DS18B20 temperature sensor first, but this sensor is only capable of measuring temperatures up to 125C. In order to measure temperatures greater than 100C you will need something with a greater temperature range and resistance. This is the sensor you need! We have used a PT100 resistance type high temperature probe which is often used in industrial applications. Using this probe you can measure a temperature range between 30-350C. The module itself is compatible 3.3V-5.5V supply, so Arduino, STM32 and other microcontrollers are compatible.
- Supports 3-Pin "Gravity"
- interface: Analog output
- Operating voltage: 3.3V-5.5V
- Analog output voltage: 0.2V-2.8V
- Working temperature range: 30-350C
- Relative Error: ±2% F.S.
- Interface: PH2.0-3P
- Size: 42 x 32 x 18 mm/ 1.65 x 1.26 x 0.7 inches
- Waterproof: No
- Probe Working temperature: -20 to -400C
- Sheathing Tolerance: up to 200
- Length: 2m
- Precision: 0.5C
- Waterproof: Yes
- Analog High Temperature Sensor Module x1
- PT100 Probe x1
- Analog Sensor Cable x1
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High Temperature Analog Sensor (Gravity)
- Brand: DFRobot
- Product Code: DFR-SEN0198
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- Availability: 2
- Ex Tax: £18.65
- Price in reward points: 200