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MCP9803 High Accuracy Temperature Sensor ±0.5°C at +25°C I²C Mini Module

$27.01

  • Temperature-to-Digital Converter
  • Sensor, Level Shifter and Voltage Regulator all embedded on the module
  • No Need of soldering. Plug and Play Device
  • Quick and Easy Daisy-chained Device
  • Programmable 9-12-Bit Resolution
  • Accuracy of ±0.5°C at +25°C
  • 8 Devices per I²C Port
  • 200 µA Operating Current
  • 0x48 I²C Start Address
  • Modular MCP9803 Breakout Board

10 in stock

Product Description

The MCP9803 is a high accuracy temperature sensor with a programmable 9 to 12-Bit resolution and ±0.5°C accuracy at +25°C.

This sensor operates between -55°C and +125°C with 200 µA operating current.

All I²C Mini Modules are designed to operate at 5VDC. Using a convenient 4-Pin plug, devices can be daisy-chained onto the I²C Bus, eliminating the need for soldering. Simply plug together the devices you need for your next automation application.

 

Additional Information

Dimensions5.08 x 3.175 x 1.212 cm

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Arduino Nano MCP9803 High Accuracy Temperature Sensor ±0.5°C at +25°C I²C Mini Module. The MCP9803 comes with user-programmable registers that provide flexibility to the temperature sensing applications. In this tutorial we have set up an Arduino Nano to MCP9803 I²C Mini Module. We will record changes in the temperature.



MCP9803 High Accuracy Temperature Sensor ±0.5°C at +25°C I²C Mini Module. The MCP9803 comes with user-programmable registers that provide flexibility to the temperature sensing applications. In this tutorial we setup a Raspberry Pi to a MCP9803 I²C Mini Module. We will record changes in temperature.



MCP9803 High Accuracy Temperature Sensor ±0.5°C at +25°C I²C Mini Module. The MCP9803 comes with user-programmable registers that provide flexibility to the temperature sensing applications. In this tutorial we have setup a Raspberry Pi to MCP9803 I²C Mini Module. We will record changes in the temperature.