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Member Since: July 13, 2013

Country: United States

  • I have a few comments, in case you do a redesign. 1. Add bypass cap 2. It’s crazy that you have pull-down resistors. To make it compatible with any kind of I2C you really want pull-ups. Or at least some options. 3. There’s a lot of unused PCB there. Since PCB is hygroscopic (I think), it will cause humidity and temp readings to be retarded as the PCB responds to the ambient conditions. It would be much better to cut down the PCB in a style similar to a SHT75: put the device on a small “island” of PCB, isolated from the connector part of the board with a narrower “neck” of PCB.

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