Temperature, Humidity & Pressure Sensor
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Temperature Humidity Pressure Sensor for a Raspberry Pi Robot
The Temperature Humidity Pressure Sensor can be mounted to Dexter Industries robots like the GoPiGo, GrovePi, and BrickPi . It detects temperature, humidity and pressure from the surrounding environment. For this reason, it is often called a weather sensor.
The sensor will measure atmospheric pressure between 30kPa to 110kPa, relative humidity and temperature. It comes with a grove cable to plug the sensor into the GoPiGo3, BrickPi, or GrovePi and begin measuring; no soldering required!
Weather Sensor for Classroom Projects
This sensor can be used by educators to teach concepts such as weather, environmental impact, and even plant growth. Some popular projects that use this sensor include a weather station and plant monitoring station.
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