Compass pressure temperature sensor moduleDesigned by DORJI in China
Overview Fully calibrated I2C data interface Pressure resolution: 0.01hpa Compass resolution: 1° Temperature resolution: 0.1°C Pressure accuracy: ±2hpa Compass accuracy: ±3° Temperature accuracy: ...Read More…
DSPC01 is a type of digital sensor module which consists of a high resolution piezo-resistive pressure sensor, a compass sensor and a MCU. By one module DSPC01 can measure pressure, temperature and compass parameters. The output data are digitally calibrated and users can easily access related data through I2C interface, which shortens the development time and simplifies the work of designers greatly.
For pressure measurement DSPC01 module provides three modes: Altitude mode, Pressure mode and Pattern mode. The pattern mode is used for forecasting the variation of weather and users can know the weather conditions through the weather patterns (sunny, cloudy and rainy) displayed on the screen. This function is similar to what weather station offers but more convenient and concise.
DSPC01 modules work at 2.4~3.6V. It consumes no more than 2uA in standby mode and 1.5mA in normal work mode. Because of its compact size and extra low power consumption, it is very suitable for portable products.
GPS navigation, Sports watch, Walkie-talkie, Weather station, Sports vehicle, Robotics, Digital compass, LBS service, Mobile altimeter, Barometer systems, etc.
The actual product might be a slightly different from the one in the picture because some customers have different requirement on the location of sensor chip but all of the modules have the same features.
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