MAX31865 RTD PT100 and PT1000 industrial sensors breakout boardDesigned by Charles in France
This product has been discontinued Big industries like Adafruit now propose this board at at price that I can't reach due to their production volume. Even now, Chineese have replicated Adafruit boa...Read More…
Big industries like Adafruit now propose this board at at price that I can't reach due to their production volume. Even now, Chineese have replicated Adafruit board (with genuine or not chip) so you can find some everywhere on the net. I'm really happy that I was a kind of precursor for this type of boards.
Anyway if you need some volume or custom version of this board, just drop me a PM.
A breakout board to read temperature values from the most used sensors in the industry such as PT100 and PT1000 (well at least in France).
It's not the first time I want to measure these sensors, and a friend of mine asked me several times to be able to easily measure temperature with these sensors. That's why I created this board
I wanted this board to be small and efficient and the ability to measure all PT100 and PT1000 sensors, the even the ones with 2, 3 or 4 wires. So I added several onboard jumper pad to select the different mode. I wanted also to use an existing pinout, so I choosed the well known NRF24L01 one.
An Arduino Library has been modified to work with this board, and several examples have been created to use this board
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Dietmar | Dec. 29, 2015
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