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Sensirion SHT30-DIS I2C humidity & temperature sensor

SHT30-DIS I2C-Robocraze
SHT30-DIS I2C-Robocraze
SHT30-DIS I2C-Robocraze
SHT30-DIS I2C-Robocraze
  • SHT30-DIS I2C-Robocraze
  • SHT30-DIS I2C-Robocraze
  • SHT30-DIS I2C-Robocraze
  • SHT30-DIS I2C-Robocraze

Sensirion SHT30-DIS I2C humidity & temperature sensor

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  • This is Sensirion SHT30-DIS I2C humidity and temperature sensor
  • This Sensirion SHT30 humidity and temperature sensor has Fully calibrated, linearized, and temperature compensated the digital output 
  • This has Wide supply voltage range, from 2.4 V to 5.5 V 
  • This Sensirion SHT30 humidity and temperature sensor has I2C Interface with communication speeds up to 1 MHz and two user selectable addresses
  • This Sensirion SHT30 humidity and temperature sensor has Very fast start-up and measurement time

Sensirion SHT30-DIS I2C humidity & temperature sensor

SHT3x-DIS is the next generation of Sensirion’s temperature and humidity sensors. It builds on a new CMO sensor chip that is at the heart of Sensirion’s new humidity and temperature platform. The SHT3x-DIS has increased intelligence, reliability and improved accuracy specifications compared to its predecessor. Its functionality includes enhanced signal processing, two distinctive and user selectable I2C addresses and communication speeds of up to 1 MHz. The DFN package has a footprint of 2.5 x 2.5 mm2 while keeping a height of 0.9 mm. This allows for integration of the SHT3x-DIS into a great variety of applications. Additionally, the wide supply voltage range of 2.4 V to 5.5 V guarantees compatibility with diverse assembly situations. All in all, the SHT3x-DIS incorporates 15 years of knowledge of Sensirion, the leader in the humidity sensor industry.

Pin description:

1 Vin this is the power pin
2 GND common ground for power and logic I2C Logic pins
3 SCL I2C clock pin, connect to your microcontrollers I2C clock line
4 SDA I2C data pin, connect to your microcontrollers I2C data line
5 ADR This is the I2C address selection pin
6 RST Hardware reset pin
7 ALR Alert/Interrupt output

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Sensirion SHT30-DIS I2C humidity and temperature sensor

Specifications

Operating Voltage 2.4 V - 5.5V
Length 13mm
Width 10mm
Weight 2gm

1. What is sensirion sht30-dis i2c?

  • The Sensirion SHT30-DIS is an I2C-based temperature and humidity sensor. It is based on Sensirion's SHT30 sensor, a high-accuracy, low-power temperature and humidity sensor widely used in a wide range of applications. The SHT30-DIS sensor includes a display and is intended to be used as a stand-alone sensor. It can be used to measure temperature and humidity in real-time when connected to a microcontroller or other device via the I2C interface. The SHT30-DIS is well-known for its high accuracy, low power consumption, and small size, making it a popular choice for use in a variety of projects such as home automation, environmental monitoring, and industrial applications. It is also widely used in educational settings to teach students about temperature and humidity measurement.

2. How do you calibrate a temperature and humidity sensor?

  • Calibrating a temperature and humidity sensor involves adjusting the sensor's output to more accurately reflect the true temperature and humidity in the environment. There are a few different methods that can be used to calibrate a temperature and humidity sensor, depending on the specific sensor and the level of accuracy needed.

Here are a few common methods for calibrating a temperature and humidity sensor:

  1. Offset calibration: This involves adjusting the sensor's output to match a known reference temperature and humidity. For example, if the sensor reads 2°C lower than a known reference temperature, an offset of +2°C can be applied to the sensor's output to correct for this error.
  2. Comparison to a reference sensor: This involves comparing the output of the sensor to be calibrated to the output of a known accurate reference sensor. The difference between the two sensors can be used to adjust the output of the sensor to be calibrated.
  3. Temperature/humidity chamber: This method involves placing the sensor in a controlled temperature and humidity chamber and adjusting the sensor's output to match the known temperature and humidity in the chamber.

It is important to note that the accuracy of a calibrated temperature and humidity sensor will depend on the specific sensor and the calibration method used. In general, more accurate sensors and more precise calibration methods will result in higher accuracy.

3. How do I know if my humidity sensor is working?

  • There are a few different ways to test whether a humidity sensor is working properly:
  1. Check the sensor's output: One way to test a humidity sensor is to measure the output of the sensor and compare it to the known humidity level in the environment. For example, if the sensor is reading 50% humidity and the ambient humidity is known to be 50%, it is likely that the sensor is working properly.
  2. Use a reference sensor: Another way to test a humidity sensor is to compare its output to the output of a known accurate reference sensor. If the two sensors are reading similar humidity levels, it is likely that the sensor being tested is working properly.
  3. Check the sensor's response to changing humidity: A humidity sensor that is working properly should respond to changes in humidity in the environment. For example, if the sensor is placed in a humid environment and the humidity level increases, the sensor's output should also increase.

It is important to note that the accuracy of a humidity sensor can be affected by factors such as temperature, humidity, and air flow. Therefore, it is important to test the sensor under controlled conditions to ensure that it is working properly.