This digital temperature sensor allows for easy mounting on a heating surface via an M5 stud screw and nut.
Heat compound paste can be applied to the back of the sensor for better heat conductivity.
Provides a 12 bits temperature reading from -55°C to 125°C with a resolution down to 0.0625°C.
Digital connection and does not requires any additional analog electronic circuits
Digital Temperature Sensor Features
- Precision digital reading through I2C.
- Small, and easy to mount with M5 screw and nut.
- 4 wire connection.
- Thermo surface (aluminum) at the back of the sensor for heat conductivity.
- Temperature range from -55°C to 125°C.
- 12 bits temperature read out.
- Resolution down to 0.0625°C.
- ±1°C accuracy.
- Operating voltage range from 2.7V to 5V.
Temperature Sensor Size & Dimension
The mounting hole size is for M5 screw, mounting thickness is about 1mm.
M5 Screw Nut Sensor Mounting
This PIC-119 digital temperature is base on the temperature IC chip TMP100 from Texas Instruments.
Note: Please note that the default I2C address for this sensor is 0x4F (with address pins ADD1 = floating, ADD0 = floating). For any other address, you can solder jumper J1, J2, J3, J4. Check out the datasheet for the 8 select-able I2C addresses.
J1 – connects 5V to ADD0
J2 – connects Gnd to ADD0
J3 – connects 5V to ADD1
J4 – connects Gnd to ADD1
Connector Part Number for PIC-119
The connector use for PIC-119 I2C temperature sensor is
JST ZH series connector. 4 pos connector.
Housing part number:
Crimping pins part number:
SZH-002T-P0.5 (for wire size AWG 28 to 26), or
SZH-003T-P0.5 (for wire size AWG 32 to 28)
Pin 1 – 5V (can also accept 3.3V)
Pin 2 – Gnd
Pin 3 – SDA
Pin 4 – SCL
Note: Please take note that the I2C pull-up voltage for SDA & SCL should be the same as the supply voltage to the board.
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