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SenseTemp provides four highly accurate and flexible temperature sensors which allow you to understand the operation of your:
It’s designed for quick tests as well as long-duration process monitoring.
It comes with a four-channel temperature sensor harness, a host ESP32 processor PCB, and a carrier PCB with 4 MAX31865 RTD (Resistance Temperature Detector) interface ICs.
When investing time and money in test equipment, I want it to be future-proof. If I change the software orchestrating my hardware tests, or the way I archive test logs, I don’t want to be forced to buy new hardware.
This sensor is designed with that future in mind. The ESP32 processor runs MicroPython, which can expose or push data into your logging system of choice – no software adapters or bridges are needed. Right now the firmware supports HTTP (live visualization, CSV, XML, & JSON) and MQTT transports over Wi-Fi. In the future it will support other pub/sub systems like NATS & Redis.
|Sensors||4x Platinum resistance temperature detectors (RTDs)|
|Temperature Range||-50°C to 260°C|
|Interface ICs||4x MAX31865 with 4 wire sensing|
|Form Factor||Adafruit Feather|
|Dimensions||0.9” x 2.4”|
|Programmable||ESP32 processor, running MicroPython|
|Open Source||Schematics, PCB files, source code|