Add-on sensors, etc

$1.00 to $19.00

See descriptions below

These accessories can only be added to orders for the SkyPod Kit, Nano Logger Kit, or Mini Pearl Logger Kit (no shipping costs are included here). If you have ordered those kits, add as many of these to your order as you wish (add them to your cart one at a time). 

Sensors below are I2C sensors and each includes a 10 cm four wire cable with DuPont connectors for easy attachment to the Nano Logger. Male headers are already soldered to each sensor.

Sensors:

(photos of sensor reverse sides are in gallery above)

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BMP280
BMP280:  $2.50  I2C sensor for barometric pressure and temperature. One of these is included with the SkyPod Kit and Nano Logger Kit. Either 3.3 volt or 5 volt operation. Tutorial for similar module. Research notes.

 

nanolog_20170509-8792.jpgBME280:  $6.50  I2C sensor for barometric pressure, temperature and humidity. Either 3.3 volt or 5 volt operation. Tutorial for similar module. Research notes.

 

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TSL2561
TSL2561:  $3.00  I2C Luminosity sensor with two diodes: records full spectrum light (400-1000 nm) and also near infrared (700-1000 nm). 3.3 volts only. Tutorial for similar module. Research notes.

 

nanolog_20170509-8811.jpgMMA8451: $4.00  I2C three axis accelerometer. Detects motion or tilt and records direction of movement. Either 3.3 volt or 5 volt operation. Tutorial for similar module.

 

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GY-90615
GY-90615:  $8.00  I2C infrared sensor. Measures the infrared (heat) radiation of nearby objects. Records temperatures between -40 and +115°C. Either 3.3 volt or 5 volt operation. Tutorial for similar sensor. Research notes.

 

GPS:

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u-blox NEO-7M
u-blox NEO-7M GPS: $19.00   This GPS breakout board and antenna can provide latitude, longitude, and elevation information to add to your logged data. Either 3.3 volt or 5 volt operation. Research notes

 

Display:

lcd_20170511-8895.jpgLCD display:  $6.50  A two line by 16 character LCD to display sensor results in real time. Bright blue backlight and white letters. Includes attached backpack PCB which converts the display to an I2C device. Includes 10 cm four-wire cable with DuPont connectors. No soldering required. 5 volt operation only. Tutorial for similar module. Research notes at Public Lab. Here are more details.

I2C connections:

nanolog_20170430-8359.jpgI2C hub:  $5.00  A DIY hub for connecting up to five I2C sensors or devices to the Nano Logger. 

 

DuPont wires: $1.00 Three 20cm four-wire cables with individual female DuPont connectors on each wire. Colors vary.