Description: This is a breakout board for the incredibly small TMP102 digital temperature sensor. The TMP102 is a digital sensor (I2C a.k.a. TWI), has a resolution of 0.0625°C, and is accurate up to 0.5°C. This is a very handy sensor that requires a very low-current.
Communication with the TMP102 is achieved through a two-wire serial interface. There is no on-board voltage regulator, so supplied voltage should be between 1.4 to 3.6VDC. Filtering capacitors and pull-up resistors are included as shown.
Based on 7 ratings:
1 of 1 found this helpful:
This temperature sensor works great with my PyBoard. Super easy to use. I’m jazzed!
4 of 4 found this helpful:
Everything works ducky, unless you don’t know that the ADD0 is solder-bridged to GND; you have to remove that solder to give it any other address. Nothing in the data sheet alerts you to this (at least not that I saw). It might be something that’s well-known for pros, but it cost me a good deal of time researching the problem.
2 of 2 found this helpful:
I bought this to work with a Raspberry Pi. Works great, just as advertised.
3 of 3 found this helpful:
It works great. The only suggestion I would have is to get the bildr and mbed tutorials updated to match the new pin locations.
Built a QuaCKibator which is just an egg incubator. Currently using a DHT22 sensor so hoping to eliminate that and use this instead. This was cheaper than buying the DHT22 sensor so decided to try and go with this instead.
A lot of fun for less money! (With PCDuino1/3)