The EPT-200TMP-TS-U2 is a temperature sensor mounted on a docking board. The board is designed to fit onto the Arduino Uno platform.Designed by Earth People Technology in United States of America
The TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board Quickly and easily connects the TMP102 to the Arduino Uno platform. It is compatible with the +5V Arduino’s and requires no external hook wires. Just pl...Read More…
The TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board Quickly and easily connects the TMP102 to the Arduino Uno platform.
It is compatible with the +5V Arduino’s and requires no external hook wires. Just plug the EPT-200TMP-TS-U2 into the Arduino and load the code. The TMP102 temperature sensor power and communications are provided by the docking board connectors from the Arduino.
The EPT-200TMP-TS-U2 is designed for applications that require a robust connection between the sensor and the Arduino platform. These are applications where a bread board and hook up wires could fail. Applications where the boards are subject to vibrations such as robots or industrial environments. The EPT-200TMP-TS-U2 sensor and docking board provides a tight coupling of the board to the Arduino platform.
This docking board is based on the TMP102 Temperature Sensor chip from Texas Instruments. It can measure the ambient temperature between -25℃ to +85℃. The temperature is measured with an accuracy of ± 2.0℃ across the temperature range. The TMP102 is capable of reading temperatures to a resolution of 0.0625°C
The docking board provides a robust method (also convenient for connections) to connect the TMP102 to an array of Arduino boards. It is compatible with both +3.3V and +5V Arduinos. There is a power indicator Green LED, and a user Green LED. It has stackable Headers that allow the board to plug into an Arduino and allow other boards to stack on top of it.
Coding the Arduino to measure the temperature from the TMP102 is made quite easy using the "Wire" library. All functions required to communicate with the sensor are included in the library. This docking board can be set up and displaying temperature in only a few minutes. See the TMP102 Temperature Sensor Docking Board Project DVD below for an Arduino sketch that is complete and ready to take measurements.
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