Soldering iron thermometer shield for Arduino

Thermocouple Arduino shield that measures the temperature of a soldering iron. We recommend it for people who are having a hard time soldering, or want to know the temperature of the iron.

The I/O voltage correspond to both 3.3 V and 5 V Arduino shields.

How to use:Please refer to (Sorry only in Japanese)

Pin header is not included.

Surface
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Back
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When it is on Arduino Uno R3
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When it is connected to I2C small LCD board (3.3V)(sold separately)
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Features

  • Thermocouple:HAKKO 191-212
  • MAX31855 on board
  • Communication method:SPI
  • Can switch voltage (3.3 V to 5V) by short jumper SJ1 SJ2 (5 V at default)
  • Can switch SPI pins by short jumper SJ3 SJ4
  • 12、13 pins (at default) or ICSP pin
  • I2C small LCD board (3.3V) Connectable
  • Short SJ5 and SJ6 when using A4 and A5 for I2C pin on LCD board

Includes

  • Shield × 1
  • M2.6×10 Stainless screw × 3
  • M2.6 Stainless nut × 6
  • HAKKO 191-212 Thermocouple (K Type) × 2

Documents

Soldering iron thermometer shield for Arduino
Name Soldering iron thermometer shield for Arduino
Code SSCI-023221
SKU# 2322
Shipping EMS
Price: 19.56 USD
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