Filter Product By
Slide and select filter/s
NDIR CO2 click is an advanced integrated CO2 gas sensor system, which is able to measure an absolute CO2 concentration, by utilizing the CDM7160 integrated sensor. This sensor is based on nondispersive infrared sensing principle (NDIR), with two detection elements: one is used for detecting the wavelength of the IR light spectrum, affected by the CO2 gas, while the other detects the wavelength of the IR light spectrum not affected by the CO2 gas. The integrated MCU processes the readings and outputs the absolute CO2 gas concentration value through UART or I2C interface. Dual wavelength sensing method allows not only accurate absolute readings, but also provides immunity against dust pollution, providing consistent readings in corrosive atmosphere, variable ambient temperature, and over longer periods of time.
Compass click is an add-on board in mikroBUS form factor. It features LSM303DLHC ultra compact high performance e-compass module.
Compass 2 click carries the AK8963 3-axis electronic compass. The AK8963 sensor is based on the Hall effect. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply only. It communicates with the target microcontroller through either I2C or SPI interface, with additional functionality provided by the INT pin on the mikroBUS™ line.
LSM303AGR click is a magnetometer and accelerometer device, capable of sensing both the magnetic and gravitational field along three orthogonal axes. It uses the LSM303AGR from STMicroelectronics, an integrated MEMS IC with plenty of features that allow accurate and reliable sensing, even in presence of foreign objects made of iron and similar materials that exhibit ferromagnetic behavior. An extensive interrupt engine can be programmed to generate an interrupt signal for free-falling events, motion detection, and magnetic field detection. The Click board™ can sense the magnetic field in the range of ±50 G (gauss) and ±2g, ±4g, ±8g, and ±16g selectable ranges for the full-scale acceleration detection (gravity force).