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CO2 sensing over I2C in a tiny package!
The SCD-40 and SCD-41 are photoacoustic ‘true’ CO2 sensors that will tell you the CO2 PPM (parts-per-million) composition of ambient air. They really are measuring the CO2 concentration! That means they’re bigger and more expensive, but they are the real thing. Perfect for environmental sensing, scientific experiments, air quality and ventilation studies, and more.
The new Adafruit SCD-40 and SCD-41 guide covers everything you need to know to get measuring with your SCD-4x sensor. There’s an overview, detailed pinouts page, examples in CircuitPython and Arduino, and resource downloads.
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