ADGH04K Raspberry Pi Connection Indoor Environment Data Collection Board "Data Logger" [for Raspberry Pi 3] Kit
Supervised by Tetsuya Gokan! Perfect for Raspberry Pi learning! Introducing the "Data Logger", an indoor environment data collection board that transmits indoor environment data and voltage/current data collected by a PIC microcomputer to a Raspberry Pi and displays them on a web browser!
Send indoor environment data and voltage/current data collected by PIC microcomputer to Raspberry Pi! Long-term data can be graphed and viewed from a Raspberry Pi using a web browser. Furthermore, the graph can be referenced from the external network by upgrading! It is a "data logger" that can collect indoor environment data and visualize it with a web browser by mutually linking a PIC microcomputer that is good at handling analog data and a Raspberry Pi that can casually handle network functions.
Let's visualize indoor environment data with PIC microcomputer + Raspberry Pi!
Measure temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure with a combination of PIC microcomputers and sensors! It is possible to capture indoor environment data at 1-minute intervals. Long-term data can be recorded and graphed, published on the network, and visualized with a web browser. Also, by upgrading, graphs can be referenced from an external network, making it ideal as a base for IoT experiments.
Maximum voltage 6.6V, maximum current 2.5A, measurement of voltage and current data can also be visualized!
Equipped with an 18-bit precision delta-sigma type A/D converter, it is possible to measure two channels each of current and voltage (maximum voltage 6.6V, maximum current 2.5A) at 1 minute intervals.
In addition to the liquid crystal display, it is equipped with a terminal block.
In addition to a 16-character x 2-line liquid crystal display that can display measurement results on the board, a terminal block is mounted for direct connection of external wiring.
This product is a joint project with the book "Enjoying Raspberry Pi with PIC" published by Gijutsu Hyoronsha. For detailed explanations and usage, please purchase the "Raspberry Pi Usage Guidebook for Enjoying with PIC".
1947 Born in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
1971 Graduated from Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University. Worked for a major telecommunications equipment manufacturer
2003 Established Microchip Design Lab Co., Ltd. Development consultant for measurement control systems
2012 Visiting Professor, Kanagawa Institute of Technology
[Supported OS] Raspbian
[Compatible models] Raspberry Pi Model B+ / Raspberry Pi 2 Model B / Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
[Power supply] Powered by Raspberry Pi [Sensor] Temperature/Humidity/Barometric pressure [Number of switches] 3 points [LED output] 2 points [Display display] 16 characters x 2 lines [Measurement range] Maximum voltage 6.6V, maximum current 2.5A
[Body dimensions] W68 x D94 x H12mm (excluding protrusions)
[body weight] about 51g
[Operating environment] Temperature 0-45°C, Humidity 10-60% (no condensation)
[Assembled accessories] 1 part list, 1 warranty card, 40-pin flat cable (Raspberry Pi is not included)
[Separately available] Soldering iron set/nipper/drill [Kit accessories] Parts list 1 copy Flat cable 40Pin (Raspberry Pi is not included)
[Operating temperature] 0 to 40°C (no condensation)
[Country of origin] Made in Japan
[Assembled warranty period] 1 year from purchase
———Notes on handling this product———
・This product is for hobby use.
・The performance of the listed parts is the performance of the parts themselves, and does not guarantee the product life.
・Depending on your PC, Raspberry Pi and OS environment, you may not be able to use all functions.
・A separate internet environment is required to install the application software.
・Depending on some applications, the functions of this product may not be available.
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