410-221 - 

Temperature Sensor and Thermostat Control Pmod I/O Interface Board

410-221 - Temperature Sensor and Thermostat Control Pmod I/O Interface Board

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PMODTMP2 is a temperature sensor and thermostat control board built around the Analog Devices ADT7420. The PmodTMP2 uses an 8 pin connector that allows for communication via I2C, and provides pins to daisy chain the PmodTMP2 to other I2C devices. The PmodTMP2 also provides two 2 pin headers for selecting the I2C address of the chip, and two 2 pin headers for controlling external devices based upon temperature thresholds defined by the user in software.
  • Up to 16bit resolution
  • Typical accuracy better than 0.25°C
  • I2C interface with 4 selectable addresses
  • 240ms continuous conversion time
  • Programmable overtemperature/undertemperature control pins
  • Support for 3.3V and 5V interfaces
  • No calibration required


Sensing & Instrumentation, Medical, Industrial


PmodTMP2 temperature sensor module, MTE Cable.

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Analog Devices
Temperature Sensor
PmodTMP2 Temperature Sensor Module, MTE Cable
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