Size (length*width*height): 2cm x 2cm x 1cm
What's in the box:
1x MAX6675 Temperature Sensor Module With Type K Thermocouples
Thermocouples have been around forever and are a great way to measure temperature. They have a very large range, are robust and come in all kinds of lengths, varying tip configurations and a variety sheaths.
The challenge with using thermocouples is with the need for what is known as cold junction compensation and the need to detect a very small voltage change for every degree in change of temperature.
Fortunately there are chips like the MAX6675 that make connecting a thermocouple to your Arduino an affordable breeze. The device measures the output of a K Thermocouple and provides the result to the Arduino via a SPI interface.
- Supply Voltage: 3.3. to 5 VDC
- Operating Current: about 50mA
- Measurement Range: 0 to 1024 deg C (32 deg F to 1875 F)
- Measurement Resolution: +/- 0.25 Deg C (+/- 0.45 Deg F)
- Output: Uses a SPI Interface
- Sensor: Type K Thermocouple
- SO: The modules serial output. Your Arduino will read this output.
- CS: Chip Select. Setting low, selects the Module and tells it to supply an output that is synchronize with a clock
- SCK : The Serial Clock an input from your Arduino.
- VCC: 5V supply
- GND: Ground.
- (or Minus): The K thermocouple minus input.
- + ( or Plus): The K Thermocouple plus input.
- With Mega: http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-and-Thermocouple-K-MAX6675/
- Datasheet: http://henrysbench.capnfatz.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/MAX6675-Datasheet.pdf
|Zone||Weight||Delivery Fee (RM)|
|West Malaysia||First 1.00 kg||8.00|
|Additional 0.50 kg||2.00|
|East Malaysia||First 0.50 kg||12.00|
|Additional 0.50 kg||4.00|
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