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Humidity and Temperature Sensor - DHT22

Humidity and Temperature Sensor - DHT22
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SKU:  PPSEN-10167
Bar Code:  5055421008802
Part Number:  SEN-10167
Brand:  SparkFun

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The RHT03 (also known by DHT-22) is a low cost humidity and temperature sensor with a single wire digital interface. The sensor is calibrated and doesn’t require extra components so you can get right to measuring relative humidity and temperature.

Features:

  • 3.3-6V Input
  • 1-1.5mA measuring current
  • 40-50 uA standby current
  • Humidity from 0-100% RH
  • -40 - 80 degrees C temperature range
  • +-2% RH accuracy
  • +-0.5 degrees C

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Customer Reviews
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Rating:  
Nice product, awkward packaging
Thursday, 6 March 2014  |  kannan

I would probably order the cased one next time as I didn't realise this is really meant to be PCB mounted... otherwise performs as specified and does the job!

 

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Rating:  
Easy to use and accurate
Monday, 6 January 2014  |  Chris

More stable than a TMP36 and with added humidity. I found the TMP36 had to be averaged out but this sensor is steady.
A great little sensor for those starting out Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Either upload the data or put on an LCD display.
A little pricey bu

 

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Rating:  
easy to integrate
Wednesday, 6 June 2012  |  Hercules

very helpful company, excellent sales and tech team

 

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Rating:  
Good, but expensive
Monday, 26 September 2011  |  Gareth

The RHT03 (the actual product supplied, which is identical to the DHT22) is quick, accurate, and works on a single wire - but it's also pretty expensive.

There's a full review - plus a link to an Arduino library for communicating with it - over here:
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