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Adafruit Barometric Pressure, Altitude, Temperature I2C Sensor – MPL3115A2

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About this product

Overview

  • An easy to set up sensor for your environment and surroundings
  • Works perfectly with data logging components
  • Easily communicate with this device over i2c

Product overview

• An easy to set up sensor for your environment and surroundings
• Works perfectly with data logging components
• Easily communicate with this device over i2c
• Requires Soldering
• 2.5 - 5V Vin and Logic

Why pick an Adafruit multi environmental sensor?
If you’re looking to detect how high you’ve climbed or the fluctuation of temperatures, this is the component for you. Using the varied sensors, you can accurately detect and log minute changes using additional components. You can also simply get a serial readout using a computer-running Arduino IDE.

What is this altitude/temperature sensor compatible with?
This sensor uses I2C to communicate with an Arduino or other microcontroller. The I2C interface is compatible with the Uno, Mega 2560, Leonardo and Due Arduino boards. The I2C interface allows for the connection of multiple devices on the same two communication lines – which enables you to have up to eight displays working simultaneously.

What library do I need for my Arduino?
You will need Adafruit’s library, available here, to programme your Arduino board to control this altimeter with temperature sensor.

Specification

Specifications:
Voltage Input 3 - 5.5 V DC
Connection Solder
Communication I2C
Barometric Pressure Range 50 - 110 kPa (up to 10Km altitude)
Barometric Pressure Accuracy ± 0.4 kPa
Altitude Resolution 1.5 Pa / 0.3 m
Temperature Range -40 to +85 C
Temperature Accuracy ± 1% , 3%Typical Max
Chipset MPL3115A2
Dimensions (W x D x H) 18 mm x 19 mm x 2 mm

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