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# Temperature sensor Module LM35

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LM35 Temperature Sensor - is an integrated sensor that can be used for measuring the temperature using an electrical output signal proportional to the temperature.Measuring range from 0 to + 100 ° C. Accuracy +/- 0.4 ° C at room temperature and +/- 0.8 ° C in the range from 0 to + 100 ° C.LM35 tempe..

LM35 Temperature Sensor - is an integrated sensor that can be used for measuring the temperature using an electrical output signal proportional to the temperature.

Measuring range from 0 to + 100 ° C. Accuracy +/- 0.4 ° C at room temperature and +/- 0.8 ° C in the range from 0 to + 100 ° C.

LM35 temperature sensor generates a higher signal than the output voltage of thermocouples, and does not require amplification of the output voltage. Current consumption less than 60mA.

The equation for converting the output voltage temperature:
Temperature (° C) = Vout * 100.
Tak, if Out = 1V, then the temperature = 100 ° C.

The output voltage varies linearly with temperature.

Technical details:
- Power supply: 4-30V. Typical: 5V or 12V
- Current consumption less than 60mA.
- Determines the temperature from 0 to + 100 ° C
- Accuracy: ± 0.4 ° C
- Sensitivity: 10mV / ° C

you can use this module same as you can use the bare IC so you Can learn from this tutorial :

Arduino Code to interface the LM35 analog temperature sensor with Arduino:

#include <LiquidCrystal.h>

//Declare RS, E, D4, D5, D6, D7
LiquidCrystal lcd(3,5,6,9,10,11);

//Initialize variable to hold temperature
double temperature = 0;
//Setup Block, This code runs just once
void setup()
{
//Switch to Internal 1.1V Reference
analogReference(INTERNAL);
//Initialize the LCD Display
lcd.begin(16, 2);

//Print Label
lcd.setCursor(0,0);
lcd.write("TEMP(C): ");
}

//Loop Block, this code runs continously
void loop()
{
//Note that we use mV for Vref
temperature = temperature*1100/(1024*10);
//Print the current temperature to the right of the label
lcd.setCursor(9,0);
lcd.print(temperature);

//Wait 1 second for the next reading
delay(1000);
}

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