* All questions and comments are approved by a system administrator before re-posting to our FAQ product sections.
(DHT22 also named as AM2302) output calibrated digital signal. It utilizes exclusive digital-signal-collecting-technique and humidity sensing technology, assuring its reliability and stability. Its sensing elements is connected with an 8-bit single-chip computer.
Package included: 1x AM2302 DHT22 Digital Temperature Humidity Sensor Module Replace
Note: AM2302 DHT22 Digital Temperature Humidity Sensor Module Replace is only a replacement module.
Instructables is a community for people who like to make things. Explore, share, and do your next project with us!
1. There may be slight size deviations due to manual measurement, different measuring methods and tools.
2. The picture may not reflect the actual colour of the item because of different photographing light, angles and display monitor.
|Dimensions||6 × 4 × 1 cm|
A thermistor is a thermally sensitive resistor that exhibits a continuous, small, incremental change in resistance correlated to variations in temperature. An NTC thermistor provides higher resistance at low temperatures. As temperature increases, the resistance drops incrementally, according to its R-T table. Small changes reflect accurately due to large changes in resistance per °C. The output of an NTC thermistor is non-linear due to its exponential nature; however, it can be linearized based on its application. The effective operating range is -50 to 250 °C for glass encapsulated thermistors or 150°C for standard Thermistors.
A resistance temperature detector, or RTD, changes the resistance of the RTD element with temperature. An RTD consists of a film or, for greater accuracy, a wire wrapped around a ceramic or glass core. Platinum makes up the most accurate RTDs while nickel and copper make RTDs that are lower cost; however, nickel and copper are not as stable or repeatable as platinum. Platinum RTDs offer a highly accurate linear output across -200 to 600 °C but are much more expensive than copper or nickel.
A thermocouple consists of two wires of different metals electrically bonded at two points. The varying voltage created between these two dissimilar metals reflects proportional changes in temperature. Thermocouples are nonlinear and require a conversion with a table when used for temperature control and compensation, typically accomplished using a lookup table. Accuracy is low, from 0.5 °C to 5 °C but thermocouples operate across the widest temperature range, from -200 °C to 1750 °C.
A semiconductor-based temperature sensor is usually incorporated into integrated circuits (ICs). These sensors utilize two identical diodes with temperature-sensitive voltage vs current characteristics that are used to monitor changes in temperature. They offer a linear response but have the lowest accuracy of the basic sensor types. These temperature sensors also have the slowest responsiveness across the narrowest temperature range (-70 °C to 150 °C).
Tempero Systems offers many custom IoT electronic design services to help tailor our product to your exact needs. Whether you are looking for custom firmware, circuit board modifications, metal enclosures, or industrial color printing, we can help you with a wide variety of design services.