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easyC Sensors

In this category you can find all sensors that have an easyC connector on them, i.e. they use the easyC system for connection and communication.

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Accelerometer & Gyroscope & Magnetometer LSM9DS1TR 9-DOF breakout
Accelerometer & Gyroscope & Magnetometer LSM9DS1TR 9-DOF breakout

Discover the magic of motion tracking with our all-in-one Accelerometer, Gyroscope & Magnetometer LSM9DS1TR Breakout! This mini but mighty module bundles together a 3D accelerometer, a 3D gyroscope, and a 3D magnetometer. It lets you monitor not only linear and rotational movements but also the magnetic field surrounding your projects. Despite its pocket-size, it offers high-accuracy measurements — ±16 g for the accelerometer, ±2000 dps for the gyroscope, and ±16 Gauss for the magnetometer.

 

It has an embedded temperature sensor, FIFO buffer for data management, and interrupt features to signal your microcontroller when data is ready or when a certain event occurs. Plus, with I2C interface, it can easily connect with a variety of microcontrollers.

 

Our LSM9DS1TR breakout merges high-end capabilities with a user-friendly approach. It operates within a supply voltage range of 2.4V to 3.6V, making it compatible with both 3.3V and 5V systems. Its low-power and power-down modes optimize performance without draining too much energy.

 

This breakout board comes with 2 easyC connectors which will simplify connection with microcontrollers. By using the easyC module connection system, forget about incorrectly connected or, in the worst case, damaged modules.

Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DS3 6-DOF breakout
Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DS3 6-DOF breakout

Embrace the fascinating world of motion tracking with our Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DS3 Breakout! This handy little board integrates a 3D accelerometer and a 3D gyroscope, allowing you to monitor both linear acceleration and rotational motion in your projects. Despite its compact form, it packs a punch with high-resolution measurements of up to ±16 g and ±2000 dps respectively. Whether you’re building a gesture-controlled robot, a fitness tracker, or a drone, our LSM6DS3 breakout is here to ensure precision and reliability in every motion tracking task.

 

But it’s not just about tracking movement. Our LSM6DS3 breakout comes with an array of impressive features to add extra layers of sophistication to your projects. It features an embedded temperature sensor, providing crucial temperature data in environments where accurate motion tracking is a must. Additionally, it boasts a FIFO (First In, First Out) buffer that allows you to store and manage data efficiently, offering you greater control over your motion tracking applications. The board uses I2C interface, providing compatibility with a multitude of microcontrollers.

 

Our LSM6DS3 breakout is a seamless blend of high performance and user-centric design. Operating on a supply voltage range of 2.5V to 3.6V, it is compatible with both 3.3V and 5V systems. Its low-power operating modes ensure optimal performance without significant energy consumption. Start your journey towards motion mastery with our Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DS3 Breakout and add that unique engineering touch to your projects!

 

This breakout board comes with 2 easyC connectors which will simplify connection with microcontrollers. By using the easyC module connection system, forget about incorrectly connected or, in the worst case, damaged modules.

Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DSO 6-DOF breakout
Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DSO 6-DOF breakout

Step into the world of motion sensing with our nifty Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DSO breakout! Small but mighty, this breakout board combines a 3D accelerometer and a 3D gyroscope on one tiny platform, letting you track both static and dynamic motions of your projects with ease. Its compact size doesn’t mean a compromise on performance – in fact, it offers high-resolution measurements of up to ±16 g and ±2000 dps respectively. So whether you’re building a drone, a VR game, or an IoT gadget, our LSM6DSO breakout will be your perfect companion for precise and efficient motion tracking.

 

Our LSM6DSO breakout is all about combining high-performance capabilities with user-friendly design. It operates on a supply voltage range of 1.71V to 3.6V, making it compatible with both 3.3V and 5V systems. Its power-saving features ensure that your projects keep running smoothly without draining too much energy. So, why wait? Add a dash of engineering magic to your projects with our Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DSO breakout! With I2C interface, it’s a breeze to connect with various microcontrollers.

 

This breakout board comes with 2 easyC connectors which will simplify connection with microcontrollers. By using the easyC module connection system, forget about incorrectly connected or, in the worst case, damaged modules.

Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DSO32 6-DOF breakout
Accelerometer & Gyroscope LSM6DSO32 6-DOF breakout

The LSM6DSO32 sensor breakout is a compact and versatile sensor module designed to provide precise motion sensing capabilities for various applications. It is based on the LSM6DSO32, a high-performance 6-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) manufactured by STMicroelectronics.

 

The breakout board features a tiny yet powerful chip that combines a 3-axis accelerometer and a 3-axis gyroscope, allowing it to measure linear acceleration and angular rate in three dimensions. This makes it an ideal choice for projects that require motion tracking, orientation detection, gesture recognition, and activity monitoring.

 

One of the key advantages of the LSM6DSO32 sensor breakout is its low power consumption, making it suitable for battery-powered applications, such as wearables, IoT devices, and remote sensing systems. Additionally, the breakout board offers flexibility and ease of use with its I2C and SPI communication interfaces, allowing seamless integration with a wide range of microcontrollers and development platforms.

 

This breakout board comes with 2 easyC connectors which will simplify connection with microcontrollers. By using the easyC module connection system, forget about incorrectly connected or, in the worst case, damaged modules.

PIR Movement sensor board with easyC
PIR Movement sensor board with easyC

A PIR (passive infrared) motion sensor is a device that detects physical movement within its field of vision by sensing changes in infrared radiation. This sensor works on the principle of detecting thermal thermal signals emitted by objects, mostly warm-blooded creatures like humans. The “passive” in the name refers to the fact that the sensor itself does not emit or radiate any energy for detection.

 

When it detects motion, the sensor sends a digital signal to the microcontroller. The angle that the sensor “sees” is 100 degrees and reaches up to 5 meters. It is often used in a variety of applications, including home security systems, automatic lighting, and energy management, among others.

 

Our breakout board simplifies the use of the PIR sensor by using easyC technology, making it easily connectable with microcontrollers or other circuits. It accepts input from the PIR sensor and translates it into signals that your microcontroller can interpret. In addition to the aforementioned PIR sensor, the board also contains a small ATTiny404 microcontroller, as well as a switch for selecting the I2C address. This breakout board comes with 2 easyC connectors for easy integration into the easyC system. If you do not wish to use easyC, the module can also be used via standard headers.

Out of stock Rotary encoder board with easyC
Rotary encoder board with easyC

Unleash the potential of digital control with our Rotary Encoder breakout board. Compact and powerful, this module makes working with rotary encoders easy. Rotary encoders are versatile input devices that convert angular position or button movement into digital signals. With the ability to detect direction and distance of rotation, they are perfect for controlling a variety of equipment such as volume knobs on audio devices, motors in robotics, or navigation controls in user interfaces.

 

Our breakout board simplifies the use of rotary encoders by utilizing easyC technology, making it easily connectable with microcontrollers or other circuits. It accepts input from a rotary encoder and translates it into signals that your microcontroller can interpret. In addition to the aforementioned rotary encoder module, the board also features a small ATTiny404 microcontroller, as well as a switch for selecting the I2C address. This breakout board comes with 2 easyC connectors for easy plug-and-play into the easyC system. If you don’t want to use easyC, the module can also be used via standard headers.

Pressure & temperature sensor BMP180 breakout
Pressure & temperature sensor BMP180 breakout

Ever wanted to build your own weather station using Arduino? Then the BMP180 breakout board with precision sensor from Bosch might interest you. The digital sensor on the board precisely measures the changes in barometric pressure and temperature. It uses the piezoresistive effect to gather the information. Since the pressure varies depending on height, the sensor can measure altitude too. Very low current consumption and voltage allow this type of sensor to be used in many modern devices.

 

The design is 5V ready with an onboard regulator for 3.3V. The breakout board’s standard current consumption is very low, only 5 µA. It uses an I2C interface, and the I2C address is 0x77. No soldering, nor need for distinguishing between SDA and SCL is required due to easyC. The sensor has integrated EEPROM memory with data for calibration. The pressure is measured in steps of 1hPa (=0.01hPa =0,01mbar), and 0.1°C for temperature.

 

Product usage tips:

If there is an error while using the breakout board, see if it’s connected properly. Take a look at the pinout. If everything is properly connected, check if the I2C address of the breakout board is correct prior to programming it. The I2C 7-bit address should be 0x77. If everything is correctly connected and the I2C address is right, look through your code once again. There might be some bugs in the code that are stopping the sensor from working as it should.

 

BMP180 breakout board works very well in combination with any Dasduino board and OLED I2C 0.96” display breakout board. All of them use easyC so they can be connected in a matter of seconds. The BMP180 sensor can measure the barometric pressure and temperature, while the OLED display can show them. The breakout board also comes with two mounting holes so you can attach it onto something and it won’t budge.

 

To keep the sensor working for a long while, we would advise you not to use it in extreme conditions. Going over or below the temperature range will surely damage the sensor. Same with the pressure. Keep track of the current going through it. Allowing too high of a current through the breakout board will burn the sensor and render it completely useless.

Load-cell amplifier HX711 with easyC
Load-cell amplifier HX711 with easyC

The HX711 is a highly versatile load cell amplifier that is widely used in various applications requiring precise weight measurements. It is designed to convert analog signals into digital values, making it ideal for integration with microcontrollers, Dasduino boards, and other digital systems.

 

 

This load cell amplifier employs a 24-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) to ensure high-resolution and accurate readings. It supports differential input signals and offers two differential input channels, allowing the connection of up to two load cells simultaneously. This feature enables the measurement of both single- and multi-load cell systems, expanding its application range.

 

 

The HX711 incorporates an integrated voltage regulator, which provides a stable supply voltage for the load cells and ensures accurate and reliable measurements. It operates with a low supply voltage, typically ranging from 2.6V to 5.5V, making it compatible with a wide range of power sources. This breakout board features connectors for easy connection with other boards and microcontrollers within the easyC system. It also comes with switches for selecting the I2C address.

Digital light & proximity sensor LTR-507 breakout
Digital light & proximity sensor LTR-507 breakout

For very precise measurements of the amount of light, take this digital light sensor into account (ALS – Ambient Light Sensor). In addition, the LTR-507ALS also measures the proximity (PS – Proximity Sensor) of the object to the sensor. It sends all this data via I2C communication, which is easy to read via our Arduino library.

Color and gesture sensor APDS-9960 breakout
Color and gesture sensor APDS-9960 breakout

The APDS-9960 is a small sensor that measures four things at once. It recognizes the movements you make in front of it (up, down, left, right) and it can identify the proximity of the object, so you have two more movements: to the sensor and from the sensor. In addition, it has an ambient light sensor and a color sensor which gives red, green, and blue (RGB) colors as output. This sensor with many features was even built into the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone.

All gestures are detected at a distance of 10 to 20 cm and it has built-in UV and IR filters to make sure it won’t be confused by other sources of light. Connected using well-known I2C communication.

Enviromental & air quality sensor BME680 breakout
Enviromental & air quality sensor BME680 breakout

The BME680 is an atmospheric sensor that measures four values: temperature, pressure, humidity and air quality as an IAQ index. Using that data can calculate elevation. It is really simple to use considering that it’s using I2C communication protocol and its dimensions are really small so it can fit anywhere. Everything you need to know about the atmospheric conditions and the quality of the air – you can find out using this sensor (ideal for weather station projects!) This board comes with two easyC connectors, providing easy connection to other products.

Temperature and humidity sensor SHTC3 breakout
Temperature and humidity sensor SHTC3 breakout

Want to keep track of both the humidity and temperature in your room? Or maybe in the greenhouse to protect your crops? The SHTC3 breakout board is the solution you’re looking for! The digital sensor measures the changes in humidity and temperature very precisely. Since it’s very accurate and the temperature range is wide, it is a go-to sensor if you want precise climate information.

 

The breakout board uses the I2C communication protocol. Thus, it has two easyC ports so no soldering, nor distinguishing between SDA and SCL is required. The hardware-defined I2C address is 0x70. The design is 3.3V ready with an onboard regulator for 5V. The board’s standard current consumption is low, only 430 µA.

 

Product usage tips:

If you encounter errors when using the breakout board, see if it’s connected properly. First, look at the pinout on the board and your microcontroller. If everything seems OK, look at the connections on the breakout board. If all the wiring is correct, make sure that the breakout board’s I2C address is right. It should be 0x70. Everything as it should be so far? Go through your code again. There might be some bugs that are stopping things from working as expected.

 

The SHTC3 breakout board works wonderfully in combination with Dasduino Core and 16×2 easyC LCD. You can display temperature in one row and humidity in the other. Due to the easyC connections on all three, hooking all the devices together is as easy as it gets. The SHTC3 breakout board has two mounting holes so it can be attached to the project and won’t budge. The pins provided can be soldered if you don’t want to use the easyC ports.

 

To keep the longevity of the sensor, keep track of the current going through the circuit. Allowing an excessive amount of current to flow through it may cause the sensor to fail. It is not impact-resistant. When dropped from a high distance or at an odd angle, it can break beyond repair.

Voltage & current sensor INA219 breakout
Voltage & current sensor INA219 breakout

The INA219 is a digital device that allows the measurement of current, voltage, and therefore power. Simply, connect wire serial through this device and it will give all the information provided via I2C communication. It is very simple and reliable to use. It has a jumper for making changes to the I2C address so you can connect more than one INA219 to single microcontroller.

The maximum current of the measurement is determined by the shunt resistor found on the plate which is 0.1ohm (± 3.2A). Yes, it can measure the power in both directions! If you want to measure other currents or smaller currents more precisely, check out the datasheet to change that resistor. The maximum voltage that can be measured is 26V.

Air quality sensor CCS811 breakout
Air quality sensor CCS811 breakout

The CCS811 sensor is designed to measure various volatile particles in the air (TVOC – Total Volatile Organic Compounds), which include eCO2 (CO2 equivalent) and MOX (metal oxides). VOCs are generally defined as air pollutants, and can come from a variety of sources, starting with ordinary breathing, smoking, coloring, welding, and generally all processes that release particles into the surrounding air.

 

This sensor is often used to measure indoor air quality, which can work very well and indicate current air pollution, for example, in an office. It communicates via I2C, making it easy to connect, especially through easyC. Sensor itself should be powered for at least 20 minutes to start making accurate readings.

Enviromental sensor BME280 breakout
Enviromental sensor BME280 breakout

BME280 is an atmospheric sensor which measures 3 values: temperature, pressure, and humidity. Additionally, it is possible to calculate elevation. It is simple to use since it communicates via I2C and it is extra small sized so it can be put anywhere. Everything you need to know about the atmospheric condition – this sensor can measure for you; just ideal for meteorological station projects! This board comes with two easyC connectors, providing easy connections.

Hall effect sensor breakout with digital output & easyC
Hall effect sensor breakout with digital output & easyC

The hall effect sensor (Hall Effect sensor) will be able to detect the magnetic field in its vicinity thanks to the aforementioned physical law. A magnetic field that can be created by a magnet, a current flowing through a conductor or some third source, the Hall effect sensor will recognize each.

 

 

This sensor has a programmed threshold at which it will change the state of its output signal, so it is a sensor with a digital output. Through the easyC connectors, it enables a simple connection with the microcontroller.

 

Alcohol, Ethanol sensor MQ3 breakout with easyC
Alcohol, Ethanol sensor MQ3 breakout with easyC

MQ sensors, including the MQ3 sensor, have the capability to detect various gases. The MQ3 sensor is specifically designed to detect alcohol vapors. This means it is sensitive to alcohols such as methanol, ethanol, and isopropanol. The MQ3 sensor is commonly used for measuring alcohol concentration in the air and serves as a useful tool for alerting to the presence of alcohol in the environment.

It is important to note that MQ sensors are not specific to only one gas and can react to other gases besides the ones they are specifically designed for. Therefore, it is important to use the MQ3 sensor exclusively for alcohol detection and follow the manufacturer’s instructions to achieve optimal accuracy and reliability of measurements. It requires a short time to heat up in order to work correctly.

The breakout board provides digital and analog information through the easyC system. Sensor readings are obtained through easyC.

 

Product usage tips:

 

When gas is detected, the LED will start glowing. It will remain off if it doesn’t detect anything. Four mounting holes enable easy mounting to surfaces. The board comes with three male headers.

Ammonia sensor MQ137 breakout with easyC
Ammonia sensor MQ137 breakout with easyC

The sensitivity and selectivity of the MQ137 sensor allow it to effectively detect and measure levels of ammonia, making it a valuable tool for applications such as gas leakage detection, agricultural monitoring, and environmental sensing. By integrating the MQ137 sensor with appropriate electronic circuits and microcontrollers like Dasduino, you can create systems that provide real-time monitoring and prompt alerts in the presence of hazardous ammonia concentrations. It requires a short time to heat up in order to work correctly.

The breakout board provides digital and analog information through the easyC system. Sensor readings are obtained through easyC.

 

Product usage tips:

 

When gas is detected, the LED will start glowing. It will remain off if it doesn’t detect anything. Four mounting holes enable easy mounting to surfaces. The board comes with three male headers.

Out of stock Benzene, Toluene, Acetone, Formaldehyde sensor MQ138 breakout with easyC
Benzene, Toluene, Acetone, Formaldehyde sensor MQ138 breakout with easyC

The MQ138 sensor is specifically designed to detect various gases, with a primary focus on air quality monitoring. While its main target gas is formaldehyde (HCHO), it is also sensitive to a range of other gases, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as toluene, alcohol, acetone, and hydrogen, as well as other harmful gases commonly found in the environment. It requires a short time to heat up in order to work correctly.

The breakout board provides both digital and analog output through the easyC system. Sensor readings are obtained through the easyC.

 

Product usage tips:

 

When gas is detected, the LED will start glowing. It will remain off if it doesn’t detect anything. Four mounting holes enable easy mounting to surfaces. The board comes with three male headers.

Out of stock CO sensor MQ7 breakout with easyC
CO sensor MQ7 breakout with easyC

The sensitivity and selectivity of the MQ7 sensor enable it to effectively detect and measure carbon monoxide levels, making it a crucial tool for applications such as gas leakage detection, security systems, and environmental monitoring. By integrating the MQ7 sensor with appropriate electronic circuits and microcontrollers like Dasduino, you can create systems that enable real-time monitoring and prompt alerts in the presence of hazardous CO concentrations. It requires a short time to warm up in order to work correctly.

The breakout board provides digital and analog information through the easyC system. Sensor readings are obtained through easyC.

 

Product usage tips:

 

When gas is detected, the LED will start glowing. It will remain off if it doesn’t detect anything. Four mounting holes enable easy mounting to surfaces. The board comes with three male headers.

CO, flammable gasses sensor MQ9 breakout with easyC
CO, flammable gasses sensor MQ9 breakout with easyC

We are surrounded by invisible gases everywhere. Although we generally don’t have to worry about them, in certain circumstances they can be very flammable and dangerous. The MQ9 breakout detects carbon monoxide, methane, propane and other flammable gases so that the right measures can be taken in time. The sensor detects carbon monoxide at 10-1000 ppm and other flammable gases at 100-10000 ppm.

The breakout board provides digital and analog information via the easyC system. Sensor readings are obtained via easyC.

 

Product usage tips:

 

When gas is detected, the LED will start glowing. It will remain off if it doesn’t detect anything. Four mounting holes enable easy mounting to surfaces. The board comes with three male headers.

Out of stock Butane, LPG & Smoke sensor MQ2 breakout with easyC
Butane, LPG & Smoke sensor MQ2 breakout with easyC

MQ sensors, including the MQ2 sensor, have the capability to detect various gases. The MQ2 sensor is specifically designed to detect combustible gases such as LPG (liquefied petroleum gas), butane, propane, methane, alcohol, hydrogen, and smoke. These gases are commonly found in residential, industrial, and automotive environments. The sensor’s sensitivity and responsiveness enable it to detect even trace amounts of these gases, making it a valuable tool for gas leakage detection, fire detection, and air quality monitoring. It takes a short time to heat up in order to work correctly.

The breakout board provides digital and analog information through the easyC system. Sensor readings are obtained through easyC.

 

Product usage tips:

 

When gas is detected, the LED will start glowing. It will remain off if it doesn’t detect anything. Four mounting holes enable easy mounting to surfaces. The board comes with three male headers.

Air quality sensor MQ135 breakout with easyC
Air quality sensor MQ135 breakout with easyC

The versatility of the MQ135 sensor allows for its use in applications such as indoor air quality monitoring, gas leakage detection, and environmental sensing. While its main target gas is carbon dioxide (CO2), it is also sensitive to various other gases, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), alcohol vapors, benzene, smoke, and other harmful gases commonly found in the environment. By integrating the MQ135 sensor with appropriate electronic circuits and microcontrollers like Dasduino, you can create systems that enable real-time monitoring and analysis of gas concentrations, allowing you to take necessary actions to maintain a healthy and safe environment.

The MQ135 air quality measurement module operates at 5V and consumes approximately 150mA. It requires some time to heat up before it can provide accurate results.

The breakout board provides digital and analog information through the easyC system. Sensor readings are obtained through easyC.

 

Product usage tips:

 

When gas is detected, the LED will start glowing. It will remain off if it doesn’t detect anything. Four mounting holes enable easy mounting to surfaces. The board comes with three male headers.

LPG, Butane sensor MQ6 breakout with easyC
LPG, Butane sensor MQ6 breakout with easyC

Humans can detect many smells, but may have difficulty distinguishing gases. That’s why we use sensors like the MQ6 that detects LPG and butane in the air. When heated to the optimal operating temperature, it very quickly detects changes in air concentration between 200 and 10,000 ppm.

The breakout board provides digital and analog information via the easyC system. Sensor readings are obtained via easyC.

 

Product usage tips:

 

When gas is detected, the LED will start glowing. It will remain off if it doesn’t detect anything. Four mounting holes enable easy mounting to surfaces. The board comes with three male headers.

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