- Measuring Current: 0 to 30A
- Output Mode: 0 to 1V
- Non-Linearity: 1%
- Turn Ratio: 1800: 1
- Resistance Sample: 62ohm
- Resistance Grade: Grade B
- Working Temperature: -25 Degree C to +70 Degree C
- Leading Wire: 1M
This AC current sensor is based on a current transformers, it transforms the larger AC current to a smaller AC current, than convert it to a readable analog voltage with the build-in resistor where users can get the AC current value via measuring the output voltage with any microcontroller such as Arduino. The split core design makes this sensor suitable for any DIY usage such as energy monitoring.
This breakout board is the simplest way to create a project with a single “toggle” capacitive touch sensor. No microcontroller is required here – just power with 1.8 to 5.5VDC and touch the pad to activate the sensor.
This semiconductor gas sensor detects the presence of LPG, isobutane, and propane at concentrations from 300 to 10,000 ppm. The sensor s simple analog voltage interface requires only one analog input pin from your microcontroller.
This breakout board is the simplest way to create a project with a single “momentary” capacitive touch sensor. No microcontroller is required here – just power with 1.8 to 5.5VDC and touch the pad to activate the sensor. When a capacitive load is detected (e.g. a person touches the sensor-pad area) the red LED lights up and the output pin goes high. You can also solder a wire to the middle pad and create your own capacitive pad if the built-in one isn’t suited to your project.
This carrier board is designed to work with any of the MQ-series gas sensors, simplifying the interface from 6 to 3 pins ground, power and analog voltage output that are broken out with a 0.1″ spacing, making the board compatible with 0.1″ headers and standard breadboards and perfboards. This board has two mounting holes and provides convenient pads for mounting the gas sensor s required sensitivity-setting resistor.