Infrared Temperature Sensor Array using AMG8833

Infrared Temperature Sensor Array using AMG8833

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The Grove – Infrared Temperature Sensor Array (AMG8833) is a high precision infrared array sensor which based on advanced MEMS technology. It can support temperature detection of two-dimensional area: 8 × 8 (64 pixels) and maximum 7 meters detection distance.

We provide both Arduino and Raspberry Pi demo for this sensor. It will be a perfect module to make your own thermal camera.

Features

  • Temperature detection of two-dimensional area: 8 × 8 (64 pixels)
  • I2C output (capability of temperature value output)
  • High precision
  • Long detection distance

Typical Applications

  • High function home appliances (microwaves and air-conditioners)
  • Energy saving at office (air-conditioning/lighting control)
  • Digital signage
  • Automatic doors/elevators

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