SUNKEE DS18B20 Temperature Sensor - Waterproof Digital Thermal Probe Sensor DS18B20DS18B20 Temperature Sensor - Waterproof Digital Thermal Probe Sensor DS18B20
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- The high-quality stainless steel pipe encapsulated waterproof moisture-proof anti-rust
- Stainless steel housing (6 * 45mm), the leads length of 100cm
- Each probe is rigorously tested individually wrapped
- 3.0V ~ 5.5V power supply
- 9 to 12 adjustable resolution
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- Size (LWH): 4.8 inches, 3.9 inches, 0.1 inches
- Weight: 0.8 ounces
Probe using original DS18B20 temperature sensor chip The high-quality stainless steel pipe encapsulated waterproof moisture-proof anti-rust Stainless steel housing (6 * 45mm), the leads length of 100cm Each probe is rigorously tested individually wrapped 3.0V ~ 5.5V power supply 9 to 12 adjustable resolution Temperature sensing range of -55 ℃ ~ +125 ℃ No external components, the unique single-bus interface Output leads: red (VCC), yellow (DATA), black (GND)
Top Customer Reviews
If you are looking for a simple to configure temperature sensor, this is an inexpensive and accurate solution.
Its seems to react pretty fast. Dunking in ice water drops the temperature reading in about 3 sec to 2.5C/36F. Calibrating to the ice chip bath I see 0.062C/32.1116F.
I will be using this in my homebrewing and sous vide!
The sensor was easy to connect ([...] -- I wired the pullup resistor inline, didn't use a "cobbler". It was easy to read (Raspbian includes a driver) and gave great, accurate results!
You couldn't ask for anything simpler.
One note, the description says that gray is data. On mine, white is data.