Sensors & Transducers

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NTE Precision Temperature Sensor, 7225

$1.71
Directly Calibrated in °K 1°C Initial Accuracy Operates From 450μA to 5mA Less Than 1Ω Dynamic Impedance Ab

PHILMORE Cadmium Sulfide Photo Cell 2pk, 10810

$4.02
10mm OD...400mWEpoxy - Coated Low Profile CellHigh reliable power dissipation Compact dimensions

PHILMORE Cadmium Sulfide Photo Cell 3pk, 10807

$3.54
7mm OD...150mW Epoxy - Coated Low Profile Cell High reliable power dissipation  Compact dimensions

PHILMORE Cadmium Sulfide Photo Cell 3pk, 10805

$2.26
5mm OD...125mW Epoxy - Coated Low Profile Cell High reliable power dissipation  Compact dimensions

OSEPP Humidity & Temperature Sensor, HUMI-01

$9.95
100% Arduino Compatible 3 pin outs: GRD (-) VCC (+) S Signal 20 meter signal transmission Features: Power supply voltage: 5V Temperature Range: 0-50C Temperature Accuracy: +/- 2C Humidity Range: 20-90%RH Humidity Accuracy: +/_ 5%RH

OSEPP IR Line Sensor Module, LINE-01

$8.95
Plug and play with OSEPP IC Expansion Shield Two IR sensors per board with independent outputs Flexible blackness threshold that can be set via software setting 8-bit ADC for digitizing sensor output, sample rate up to IC frequency Support IC interfacing with 4 programmable 7-bit address: 0x48, 0x49, 0x4A, 0x4B Provides pass-through connector to support daisy chaining of multiple sensors from the OSEPP Sensor Module family Provides 0.1 breakout points for power and IC interface pins access

VELLEMAN Li-ion Battery Charger Board Mini Module, MM104

$9.99
can be used to charge a single 3.7 V Li-ion element applications: lithium-Ion/Lithium-Polymer battery chargers USB charger charging indication: LED suitable for Arduino® power supply: 5 V max. charge current: 500 mA

OSEPP Light Sensor Module, LIGHT-01

$3.95
Suitable supply voltage: +3 to 5Vdc Analog voltage output: 0 to 5 Vdc Detects ambient light density Works with CdsPhotoresistor Interface with microcontrollers and logic circuits Analog sensors Uses PH 2.0 socket Special sensor with Arduino expansion boards