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temperature sensor / pressure / humidity / for the medical industry temperature sensor / pressure / humidity / for the medical industry - SEK002


  • Evaluation type:

    temperature, pressure, humidity

  • Applications:

    for the medical industry


Evaluates the ABP Series (digital versions only) and MPR Series Board Mount Pressure Sensors; Honeywell HumidIcon™ Digital Humidity/Temperature Sensors: HIH6100 Series, HIH6000 Series, HIH7000 Series, HIH8000 Series, HIH9000 Series; HPM Series Particle Sensors.
The SEK002 has sockets and solder pads to receive the following compatible sensors. All sensors are sold separately. Only one sensor may be evaluated at a time.

ABP Series Basic Board Mount Pressure Sensors
High accuracy, compensated/amplified, liquid media capable
Digital output versions only
DIP, SMT, leadless SMT packages: SPI, I2C output
60 mbar to 10 bar | 6 kPa to 1 MPa | 1 psi to 150 psi
MPR Series MicroPressure Board Mount Pressure Sensors
Compact, high accuracy, compensated/amplified
Leadless SMT packages: SPI, I2C (leadless SMT mounted on breakout board)
±40 mbar to ±2.5 bar | ±4 kPa to ±250 kPa | ±0.6 psi to ±30 psi
HumidIcon Digital Humidity/Temperature Sensors
HIH6000 Series: ±4.5 %RH accuracy, ±0.5°C temperature accuracy
HIH6100 Series: ±4.0 %RH accuracy, ±0.5°C temperature accuracy
HIH7000 Series: ±3.0 %RH accuracy, ±0.5°C temperature accuracy
HIH8000 Series: ±2.0 %RH accuracy, ±0.5°C temperature accuracy
HIH9000 Series: ±1.7 %RH accuracy, ±0.3°C temperature accuracy
SOIC-8 packages: SPI, I2C output
SIP packages: I2C output
HPM Series Particle Sensors
UART output
A specialized Honeywell cable (32332297-001) is required
The SEK002 board is then plugged in as a shield board to the user-provided Arduino™ Uno Rev3 board. Jumpers allow the user to select the sensor to be used, supply voltage and interface (I2C, UART or SPI).

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