SenseTemp

by Capable Robot Components

An accurate and flexible four-channel temperature sensor for instrumenting electronics

View all updates Jan 14, 2019

SenseTemp is Now Live

I’m excited to be launching SenseTemp here on Crowd Supply today!

When planning environmental tests of embedded electronics I’m developing, I couldn’t find accurate, small, low-cost, and flexible temperature sensors – so I designed SenseTemp. I’m using it to validate the thermal design around voltage regulators, processors, motor drivers, and other heat-generators in my products.

SenseTemp designed to grow with you – so it’s open source hardware & software and built around the Adafruit Feather standard. The embedded python firmware is easy to modify to expose temperature data the way you want it, and there are a variety of MCU and radio options for it.

Thanks for checking out SenseTemp and I’m excited to see what this great community does with it!


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Product Choices

$75

SenseTemp

Get your own SenseTemp board, fully assembled and tested. Does not include Adafruit Feather or RTD sensor harness.


$175

SenseTemp TEC

Don't settle for measurement alone - start controlling temperature! Get your own SenseTemp TEC board, fully assembled and tested. This board has all the functionality of the SenseTemp board, with the added ability to control a thermo-electric cooler (TEC, a.k.a. Peltier junction) and drive other devices such as a fan. Does not include Adafruit Feather, RTD sensor harness, or thermo-electric cooler.

Credits

Capable Robot Components

Capable Robot Components enables rapid development of autonomous robots by providing technological building blocks to system integrators. Right now, integrators have to develop things they would rather purchase because the right robot-first products don't currently exist. CRC provides proven products which are domain-agnostic, but configurable and adaptable to the integrator's market needs. This allows autonomous system developers to spend more time and effort on domain-specific engineering and testing.


Chris Osterwood

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