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wow! good manufacturing 1°C precision take care how to connect
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  • posted byserges93 on 08/18/2014

    I got this module for my automatizacion proyect with my arduino I got in this site, both of those products performed PERFECTLY, I used it with a display and it shows the data in a perfect manner because the sensor works as advertised, the only issue I had was with the knoledge of the usage of this but when you manage how to do it you will be flying!... Read more


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  • posted bypanjas51 on 08/06/2014

    Good manufacturing quality. Will work with DHT.h lib (http://www.hobbyist.co.nz/?q=documentations/wiring-up-dht11-temp-humidity-sensor-to-your-arduino) Using Analog pin and DTH112SOA.h (https://www.virtuabotix.com/product-dht11-temperaturehumidity-sensor-msrp-9-99/dht11_2s0a/) Using Digital pin 2. BUT TAKE CARE how to connect it : (Data, 5V, GND) when ... Read more

    Impression:take care how to connect,1°C precision,good manufacturing;

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  • posted byJeroenvO on 07/01/2014

    * Easy to use, * Lots of code samples on how to read it are available on the internet * Necessary resistor is included on the pcb, so no need to solder it yourself * More durable because sensor is mounted on pcb, pins are strong enough to support the pcb straight up. The sensor is only attached to the pcb with the 4 pins of the sensor itself. If not ... Read more

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  • posted byslzer on 04/28/2014

    *Cheap *Easy to use (well documented on the web, plenty of example codes and a library available) *good for general application where high sampling rate doesn't matter * does humidity and temp in one go * *very slow, this would not be appropriate for an application that required high sampling rate There is a small amount of variation in readings so ... Read more

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  • posted byricardoite on 02/15/2014

    excelente sensor, muy buen precio y llego en perfecto estado, muy bien empaquetado y sin ningun daño, ningun pin doblado, esta bien soldado el sensor y los otros componentes de superficie sin ningun problema o defectuoso. nada que decir, no se puede pedir mucho por el precio y ni del tiempo en el que llego. nada que decir sobre esto, excelente ... Read more

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  • posted bytheeviltwin on 12/21/2013

    It is inexpensive It has a compact design. Works properly with DHT11 Arduino Library. The temperature sensor itself is not fixed to the circuit board. The sensor is only held on by the pin outss. You should try double sided tape or something similar. If you knock it you can rip the sensor off. I have no way to test the accuracy of this unit. I'll take ... Read more

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  • posted bymadmaster on 11/05/2013

    Very cheap. Useful for small beginner projects or where accuracy is not necessary. Inacurate. Doesn't work below 0 degrees. Take care when connecting. I made it wrong and burned an "arduino nano" in a second, and may be even the very module. TO SEE THE MARKINGS OF THE PINS SLIGHTLY LIFT THE BLUE BOX. LABELS ARE BELOW IT. I have hard time getting ... Read more

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  • posted byVMOF1978 on 11/01/2013

    It is really easy to use. Only has 3 wires: Signal, 5V and Ground (GND) and you can measure temperature and humidity. Price is very good and the sensor works fine. You can find lot of examples on internet. Just attach to Arduino, download the library and start measure. Inverse pinout. You can't measure temperature under 0 Celsius and the accuracy it ... Read more

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  • posted bykingbean on 09/30/2013

    Its fairly easy to use with arduino. There are libraries on internet to make it work right away. Soldering seems nice. No need other extra parts, just connect directly to arduino. The accuracy seems to be not so good. Well there is more accurate model DHT22, which is also too much expensive in my opinion. easy to use for toy projects. No need to download ... Read more

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  • posted byrf9000 on 09/25/2013

    This sensor gives you a accuracy of +-2ºC and +-5RH for humidity, which fair enough for several projects. My first atmospheric logger worked just fine. Now I have updated with the DHT22. You cannot rely too much on the data collected from this sensor. It has a very low accuracy for humidity and temperature. For certain projects it will just not ... Read more

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