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TMP36 - Temperature Sensor
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- High accuracy solid state temperature sensor
- Voltage Input: 2.7V to 5.5V DC
- Output range: 0.1V (-40°C) to 2.0V (150°C)
- Temperature range: -40°C to 150°C / -40°F to 302°F
- ±2°C accuracy
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The TMP36 is a solid state temperature sensor giving it extremely high accuracy and long term reliability. This sensor requires no external components or calibration and is ready to use out of the box. The output voltage (middle pin) is converted to temperature with the following formula: Temp in °C = [(Vout in mV) - 500] / 10. The output voltage will range from 0.1V -40°C) to 2.0V (150°C). The output voltage responds linearly to change in temperature. To calculate temperate in °F use the following formula: (temperatureC * 9.0 / 5.0) + 32.0.
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I can't think of one
Several of these would require several wires/arduino pins,
Requires additional hardware (resistors, perhaps a capacitor per some comments)
Costly at $6+ and an add on item
Ridiculous accuracy, possible margin of error of over 7 degrees Fahrenheit from one sensor to another. (+/- 2C, one can be 2c low while another is 2c high, so 4c difference)