NEW GUIDE: IoT Temperature Logger with Analog Devices ADT7410, Raspberry Pi, and Adafruit IO @digikey @ADI_News @adafruitio @circuitpython
This new guide brings the ADT7410 Temperature sensor breakout online using a Raspberry Pi and Adafruit IO. You’ll be up and running in under 15 minutes!
Analog Devices, known for their reliable and well-documented sensor chips – has a high precision and high resolution temperature sensor on the market, and we’ve got a breakout to make it easy to use! The Analog Devices ADT7410 gets straight to the point – it’s an I2C temperature sensor, with 16-bit 0.0078°C temperature resolution and 0.5°C temperature tolerance. Wire it up to your microcontroller or single-board computer to get reliable temperature readings with ease.
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