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Temperature Switch Sensor Module for Arduino

Temperature Switch Sensor Module for Arduino

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ArduinoTemperature Sensor Switch Module
Uses a resistive glass sealed NTC temperature sensor. The sensor is connected to a LM393 voltage comparator IC with adjustable trigger level (R6). The LED indicator turns on when above the set temperature and off when below. (Output is LOW below set temp.) The output can be connected directly to a micro-controller port. Add a driver transistor to the output, & it could switch a relay or other loads exceeding 20mA. Use for fan controllers, freezer alarms, battery chargers, thermostats, etc.
Power: 3.3V to 5V
Supply Current < 1mA (LED off)
Output: Digital TTL Open Collector Current sink 20mA
3Pin .1Pitch Header for Power & Output
L: 1-3/16 W: 5/8 T: 5/8 WT: .02

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