The SHT41 Breakout with Qwiic connector is a digital humidity and temperature sensor module designed for accurate and reliable measurements. The SHT41 sensor is manufactured by Sensirion, a leading manufacturer of environmental sensors, and it uses the latest generation of Sensirion's CMOSens technology for superior performance. The SHT41 sensor has a humidity range of 0% to 100% RH with an accuracy of +-1.5% RH, and a temperature range of -40C to 125C with an accuracy of +-0.2C. The breakout board includes a Qwiic connector, which provides a simple and convenient way to connect the sensor to other Qwiic-enabled devices, without the need for soldering or complicated wiring. The Qwiic connector allows for automatic detection of the device, making it easy to add new sensors or other components to your project without any additional configuration.
The SHT41 Breakout with Qwiic connector is compatible with a range of microcontrollers and development boards, including Arduino and Raspberry Pi, and libraries are available for a range of programming languages. Overall, the SHT41 Breakout with Qwiic connector is a reliable and accurate sensor module that is easy to integrate into projects and is suitable for a variety of applications, including environmental monitoring, HVAC systems, and weather stations.
Operating Voltage: 3.3V-5V
Operating Current: 0.45mA
Communication Interface: I2C
Response Time: 8s (tau63%)
Humidity Measurement Range: 0~100%RH
Humidity Measurement Accuracy: +-1.8%
Temperature Measurement Range: -40~125C
Temperature Measurement Accuracy: +-0.2C
The STEMMA QT / Qwiic 4-pin 1mm Pitch White Female Connector Cable 150mm Long - Both Side can be purchased seperately.
- SHT41 Datasheet
- SHT41 Breakout 3D Step File
- How To Install Arduino Library Tutorial - https://docs.arduino.cc/
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SHT41 Board Dimensions
RH Digital Humidity and Temperature Sensor: The RH digital humidity and temperature sensor is a type of sensor that is designed to measure both temperature and humidity in the environment. These sensors are commonly used in a variety of applications, including HVAC systems, weather stations, and other environmental monitoring systems. The sensors work by measuring the amount of water vapor in the air, which is used to determine the humidity level. Temperature is measured by using a thermistor or other temperature-sensing element. These sensors are available in a range of accuracies and sizes, making them suitable for use in a variety of applications. They are often used in combination with other sensors to provide a complete picture of the environment being monitored. Overall, RH digital humidity and temperature sensors are a valuable tool for monitoring and controlling environmental conditions in a range of settings.