IMPORTANT: we ship all our items from Brazil via priority mail or express mail (EMS), and the customer is responsible for customs release and any import duties that may be due in the destination country.
With the Termopar Nanoshield, you can measure temperature using a thermocouple sensor in a simple and hassle-free way. It is implemented with the MAX31856 chip from Maxim Semiconductor, which contains all the necessary circuit to perform this type of measurement: internal temperature sensor (cold-junction), amplifier and analog-to-digital converter. This way, the reading is given directly in degrees Celsius and read by the microcontroller through a SPI interface.
The Termopar Nanoshield supports thermocouple types K, J, N, R, S, T, E and B, and also features:
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Correios Brazil Post: Express Mail (EMS) - estimated 8-12 business days
We are shipping our products directly from Brazil. Please note that all international shipments are subject to customs processes at the destination country, and in some cases that can cause delays. The shipping time we provide is just an estimate based on the Brazilian post office data and on our experience shipping abroad. The packages usually arrive within this time frame, but not always.
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At Circuitar, we develop easy to use, robust and hackable electronics to sense and control stuff. We developed the Nanoshields platform, which is an Arduino-compatible set of expansion boards ("shields") focused on controlling equipment and reading sensors. Our boards are popular for use in industrial automation, process control and machinery control.
Circuitar is based in São Carlos, SP, Brazil.