It's summer and you're sweating and your hair's all frizzy and all you really want to know is why the weatherman said this morning that today's relative humidity would max out at a perfectly reasonable 52% when it feels more like 77%.
Enter the HTU21D-F Temperature + Humidity Sensor - the best way to prove the weatherman wrong!
- Typical accuracy of ±2%
- Operating range that's optimized from 5% to 95% RH.
- Operation outside this range is still possible - just the accuracy might drop a bit.
- The temperature output has an accuracy of ±1°C from -30~90°C.
Such a lovely chip - so Adafruit spun up a breakout board that includes the Filtered version (the white bit of plastic which is a PTFE filter to keep the sensor clean), a 3.3V regulator and I2C level shifting circuitry. This lets you use it safely with any kind of microcontroller with 3.3V-5V power or logic.
Each order comes with one fully assembled and tested PCB breakout and a small piece of header. You'll need to solder the header onto the PCB but it's fairly easy and takes only a few minutes even for a beginner.
It's also very easy to use, thanks to Adafruits Arduino library and tutorial. Check out the tutorial for pinouts, wiring, files, etc
Alternatively, check out the datasheet