Innovative Soil Moisture & Temperature sensor for Arduino and IoT projectsDesigned by Smart Irrigation in Ukraine
Soil Moisture and Temperature Sensor SMT-01 SMT-01 is designed to measure soil moisture and temperature for monitoring and automatic irrigation systems. SMT-01 has a waterproof housing. SMT-01 pro...Read More…
SMT-01 is designed to measure soil moisture and temperature for monitoring and automatic irrigation systems. SMT-01 has a waterproof housing. SMT-01 provides measurement of parameters in a wide temperature range and in soils of different composition with high stability. SMT-01 is compatible with various microcontrollers.
Main technical characteristics: - Supply voltage: 3.3 - 5.0 V. - Current consumption in measurement mode: less than 150 mA. - Standby current consumption: less than 2 mA. - Measurement time: 7-12 minutes. - Measurement error: less than 2.5%. - Sensor dimensions: 40x9x9 mm. - Connecting cable length*: 1 m.
The sensor design is based on the dependence of the rate of dissipation of thermal energy on soil moisture.
Examples of electrical connection of the sensor and software for Arduino and ESP8266 microcontrollers are included: https://github.com/greensensors/SMT-Soil-Moisture-Sensor-for-Arduino.
*Connecting cable length max - 30 m.
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