- Supply Voltage: 4.5 to 6V
- Output Current: 10mA
- Operating Temperature: -40Degree C to 85Degree C
- Linear Output
This breakout board is the simplest way to create a project with mutiple capacitive touch sensors. No microcontroller is required here – just power with 1.8 to 5.5VDC and connect up to 5 conductive pads to the 5 left-hand pins. When a capacitive load is detected (e.g. a person touches one of the conductive contacts) the corresponding LED on the right lights up and the output pin goes low. You can use this to update an existing normal-button project where buttons connect to ground when pressed.
The TMP36G is an analog temperature sensor which has a measurement range of -40 to +125 Degree C.
Thermocouples are best used for measuring temperatures that can go above 100 Degree C. This is a bare wires bead-probe which can measure air or surface temperatures. Most inexpensive thermocouples have a vinyl covering which can melt at around 200 Degree C, this one uses a fiberglass braid so it can be used in high temperature measurements such as heaters and ovens. There’s a small piece of heat shrink on the end to keep the fiberglass from fraying. If you’re using at >250 Degree C temperatures, simply remove it with a small blade.
This semiconductor gas sensor detects the presence of Carbon Monoxide at concentrations from 10 to 1,000 ppm and combustible gas from 100 to 10,000 ppm. The sensor s simple analog voltage interface requires only one analog input pin from your microcontroller.
The LM35CZ is an analog temperature sensor which has a measurement range of -40 to +110 Degree C.