This is a high-resolution differential pressure breakout with I2C communication, used to measure the difference in pressure across two points on a device.
A high-performance MEMS pressure chip and a special conditioning chip are encapsulated inside the sensor. It will give you a comparative measurement between two points. The sensor IC adopts a unique multi-stage temperature-compensation algorithm to reduce the effect of the environment on the sensor output.
Note: In order to ensure the measurement resolution and the sensor life, please use the sensor in the clean air. Do not let water enter the nozzle of the sensor or it will cause damage.
The online Wiki will help you to get started, and there's also a community review for this differential pressure sensor here.
Connection Example - Arduino
- Multi-stage temperature-compensation algorithm
- I2C digital output
- High resolution
- Operating Voltage: 3.3V~5V
- Measuring Range: ±500pa（±1.5%FS）
- Operating Current: <5mA
- Communication Mode: I2C
- I2C Address: 0x00
- Operating Temperature Range: -40℃~85℃
- Temperature-compensation Range: -5℃~65℃
- Dimension: 14.5x24mm
- 1x Differential Pressure Sensor (±500pa)
- 1x 2.54mm 4-pin Black Single Row Pin Header
- 1x 20cm Silicone Tube
|3||SCL||I2C data line|
|4||SDA||I2C data line|
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