Introduction

What do you do when you want to measure the temperature?Most of people may be think of DS18B20 temperature sensor first.But DS18B20 temperature sensor can only measure the temperature within 125 degrees. After more than 125 degrees, you need to use other sensors.In order to measure the high temperature above 100 degrees,So we choose the PT100 resistance type high temperature probe which is industry commonly used as our sensor probe.Through our high temperature module,We can achieve 30-350 degree range of temperature detection.Our modules are compatible with the input voltage of 3.3V-5.5V, so ARDUINO and STM32 and other MCU are able to use our modules.

Specification

Module

PT100 Probe

Board Overview

SEN0198-LINE.png

LABEL NAME Function Description
1 PT100- PT100-
2 PT100- PT100-
3 PT100+ PT100+
4 Signal Output Signal Output
5 VCC Power Input +(3.3V-5.5V)
6 GND GND

Tutorial

This tutorial will describe you how to use the high temperature sensor module and PT100.

Requirements

Connection Diagram

SEN0198-CON1.png

Sample Code

HighTemperatureSensor libraries About Library installation.

Before downloading the program, you must know the reference voltage of the analog port.If your board supply voltage is 3.3V, then you need change voltageRef which is in sample code from 5.000 rto 3.300,If your board supply voltage is 5.0V,then set voltageRef to 5.000。If you want a higher precision,Then you need to measure the voltage of the IOREF port and set that voltage to as voltageRef .
/***************************************************
 This example reads HighTemperature Sensor.

 Created 2016-1-13
 By berinie Chen <bernie.chen@dfrobot.com>

 GNU Lesser General Public License.
 See <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/> for details.
 All above must be included in any redistribution
 ****************************************************/

/***********Notice and Trouble shooting***************
 1.Connection and Diagram can be found here  https://www.dfrobot.com/wiki/index.php?title=HighTemperatureSensor_SKU:SEN0198
 2.This code is tested on Arduino Uno.
 ****************************************************/
#include<DFRobotHighTemperatureSensor.h>

const float voltageRef = 5.000; //Set reference voltage,you need test your IOREF voltage.
//const float voltageRef = 3.300;
int HighTemperaturePin = A0;    //Setting pin
DFRobotHighTemperature PT100 = DFRobotHighTemperature(voltageRef); //Define an PT100 object

void setup(void) {
  Serial.begin(9600);
}

void loop(void) {
  int temperature = PT100.readTemperature(HighTemperaturePin);  //Get temperature
  Serial.print("temperature:  ");
  Serial.print(temperature);
  Serial.println("  ^C");
  delay(1000); //just here to slow down the output so it is easier to read
}

RESUALT

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