ENV III Unit with Temperature Humidity Air Pressure Sensor (SHT30+QMP6988)

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Description

ENV III Unit is an environmental sensor that combines the SHT30 and QMP6988 sensors to measure temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure data. The unit is designed to provide accurate and reliable environmental sensing capabilities for various projects and applications.

The SHT30 sensor integrated into ENV III unit is a high-precision and low-power digital temperature and humidity sensor. It utilizes the I2C interface for communication and supports the address 0x44. The SHT30 sensor offers excellent accuracy and stability, making it suitable for temperature and humidity measurements in a wide range of environments.

The QMP6988 sensor, on the other hand, is an absolute air pressure sensor specifically designed for mobile applications. It provides high accuracy and stability in measuring atmospheric pressure. The QMP6988 sensor also utilizes the I2C interface for communication and uses the address 0x70.

ENV III unit can find applications in weather monitoring systems, environmental control systems, IoT projects, and other scenarios where accurate environmental data is essential. With its integrated sensors and I2C interface, it offers a convenient and straightforward solution for environmental sensing.

Product Features

  • Simple and easy to use
  • High accuracy
  • I2C communication interface
  • HY2.0-4P interface, support platform UIFlow , Arduino
  • 2x LEGO compatible holes

Include

  • 1x ENV-III Unit
  • 1x HY2.0-4P Cables

Applications

  • Weather station
  • Storage barn environment monitoring

Specification

Resources Parameter
Maximum temperature measurement range -40 ~ 120 ℃
Highest measurement accuracy 0 ~ 60 ℃/±0.2℃
Humidity measurement range/error 10 ~ 90 %RH / ±2%
Maximum measured value of air pressure/resolution/error 300 ~ 1100hPa / 0.06Pa / ±3.9Pa
Communication protocol I2C: SHT30(0x44), QMP6988(0x70)
Working temperature 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C )
Net weight 5g
Gross weight 17g
Product Size 24.2*32.2*8.1mm
Package Size 67*53*12mm
Case Material Plastic ( PC )

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    Customer Reviews

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    Felix
    ENV III Unit with Temperature Humidity Air Pressure Sensor (SHT30+QMP6988)

    Quick delivery as usual. Works as advertised. Selected I2C address (0x70) is a bit unfortunate as it is the same as the default I2C address of the PaHub. So w/o hardware modification these two units cannot be used together.
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    Felix

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    the guy from the labs
    best sensor there is

    the title is NOT exaggerating. once you spent hours of debugging and research you figure out SHT30 is the best. one example would be: check your sensors after 12 months and see how accurate they are. SHT20 or others used in the industry fall behind after a few months...this one doesnt. To me it is the best available sensor for any largers scale esp/iot/arduino project.

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    Bud Johnson
    Works Great

    Worked first time.

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    Chris Hammond
    Nice compact sensor unit

    This is a nice compact sensor unit with a simple connection. When paired with the ATOM lite controller, a small wireless sensor can be created very quickly.

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    Troy InFL
    Very easy to implement into your project.

    Have been using these in a small batch of air quality handheld devices that I am producing, they work and mount easily in the project, only thing of note is that you may need to calibrate the output a tiny bit as i've noticed slight differences in readings in multiple sensors placed right next to each other, easy to take care of however. they will slightly increase temperature until they stabalize, prob 3 to 4 minutes. If you include a way to add or subtract a few degrees to the final output, you'll be very happy with it.

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