RJ-45 Sensor Breakout PCB for the BrewPi-ESP8266 projectDesigned by Fermentrack in United States of America
RJ-45 Sensor Breakout PCB This board is intended to allow for the DS18b20 temperature sensors (and optionally, door switch) to be connected to a PCB that is away from your main BrewPi controller, t...Read More…
This board is intended to allow for the DS18b20 temperature sensors (and optionally, door switch) to be connected to a PCB that is away from your main BrewPi controller, thereby allowing for the use of shorter temperature sensor cables - or for the placement of the sensor breakout inside your fermentation chamber if necessary. This breakout board is intended to be connected to the BrewPi controller via an RJ-45 straight-through cable (i.e. Ethernet).
Temperature sensors are intended to be connected directly to the board, and the door sensor can either be connected directly to the board or can be connected via an optional screw terminal.
There is an optional 3D-printed case available that is designed to house this PCB when populated.
This version of the board is a slightly different version than the one posted in the hardware repo. As compared to the version in the repo, this version:
Despite these differences, these boards are completely compatible with all new BrewPi-ESP builds - including builds that have selectable OneWire voltage (and, in fact, are the PCBs I've used for all my builds to date!). If you select 5v on the controller board, just know that the 3v3 pins are actually putting out 5v.
Since this is a slightly older version of the board, however, you get a discount!
This is a bare PCB. To complete assembly of this board, you will also need:
I also recommend the use of a case to house the board, as it makes it easier to mount near your fermenter (and also helps reduce the strain on the cables!).
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