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Auto-Digital Thermostat - ADT6401
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Sparkfun Item #: SPX-16772 -

Introducing the Auto-Digital Thermostat. The ADT6401 is a trip point temperature switch. Use the SPDT switches to set the temperature trip point and hysteresis settings. This breakout is a great addition for your temperature sensing projects. We do not plan to regularly produce SparkX products so get them while they’re hot! Experimental Product: SparkX products are rapidly produced to bring you the most cutting edge technology as it becomes available. These products are tested but come with no...

Particle Sensor - SN-GCJA5
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Sparkfun Item #: SPX-17123 -

Panasonic's SN-GCJA5 laser type PM sensor is an addition to its already broad range of specialty sensor solutions. It is comprised of an on-board microprocessor, micro-fan, and laser diode. This sensor has been programmed so that the fan will operate based on the amount of particle dust surrounding the laser diode so that overall lifespan or usefulness of the sensor can be extended much longer than its average commercially available equivalent. Featuring a very small footprint of 37 mm x 37 mm...

PT100 Sensor
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Sparkfun Item #: SPX-17059 -

A PT100 is a Platinum RTD (Resistance Temperature Detector) with a resistance of 100Ω at 0°C which changes with temperature. It is suitable for applications in the temperature range of -200°C to 600°C but are more commonly used in the range -50°C to +250°C. Offering a higher degree of accuracy it is reliable in all situations. The number relates to the resistance value at 0°C. So a Pt100 probe will have a resistance of 100Ω at 0°C Experimental Product: SparkX products are rapidly produced to...

Qwiic Chirp 101 Ultrasonic Rangefinder
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Sparkfun Item #: SPX-17046 -

The CH101 from TDK InvenSense is a ToF (time-of-flight) ultrasonic rangefinder with a range of 4 centimeters to 1.2 meters. What sets the CH101 apart from other ultrasonic sensors that we've seen in the past is that it's capable of ranging multiple objects within its field-of-view simultaneously. This is made possible by an integrated system-on-chip that crunches the numbers and then provides digital range readings via I²C. Our Qwiic breakout provides voltage regulation and level shifting for...

Qwiic Multi Distance Sensor - VL53L3CX
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Sparkfun Item #: SPX-17072 -

The VL53L3CX is an awesome ToF (Time of Flight) range finder from STMicroelectronics, who brought us the venerable VL53L1X. It shares the same diminutive form factor as its predecessor but has learned a cool new trick: Multi-object detection! With some very fancy algorithms, the VL53L3CX is able to detect different objects within the field of view with depth understanding, something that isn't very common in laser range finders. The VL53L3CX has a field of view of about 25° and is able to...

Serial Flash Breakout - Assembled 128Mbit
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Sparkfun Item #: SPX-17115 -

Serial flash chips are everywhere and they're as useful as they are ubiquitous. If you've never used a serial flash device in your own projects, you should try it, because it's very handy to have a place to store things that don't fit in program memory. Things like sensor readings, long strings, and error logs can be hard to stow away on platforms that don't have a ton of in-built storage, which is where serial flash comes in. Simply write all of that data out over SPI for the flash chip to...

Serial Flash Breakout - Bare
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Sparkfun Item #: SPX-17116 -

Serial flash chips are everywhere and they're as useful as they are ubiquitous. If you've never used a serial flash device in your own projects, you should try it, because it's very handy to have a place to store things that don't fit in program memory. Things like sensor readings, long strings, and error logs can be hard to stow away on platforms that don't have a ton of in-built storage, which is where serial flash comes in. Simply write all of that data out over SPI for the flash chip to...