MCP9600 I2C Thermocouple Sensor Module
- I2C operation and can be connected directly to the 40 pin header of a Raspberry Pi
- Simple connection to 3.3V or 5V Arduino
- Can be chained together with other VintLabs modules (when using with I2C they simply plug into one another!)
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The MCP9600 Module can use virtually any thermocouple (types K, J, T, N, S, E, B and R) and you can detect the temperature on your Arduino, Raspberry Pi or other device with ease on the I2C bus (5V or 3.3V)
The modules can be connected in series (be sure to use modules with different addresses, please add a note specifying if you have preferred addresses 0x60-0x67 with the order) with more than one MCP9600 module, or with other VintLabs modules.
Raspberry Pi C code:
Simple connection – plugs directly into the 40 Pin header on a Raspberry Pi, or simple power, ground, SDA and SCL connection to an Arduino (Note that in the images the silkscreen says “3v3”, but 5V is fine too!
Because needs vary wildly depending on usage, thermocouple and connector(s) are not included.
Open Source Hardware – Design files and more information available at https://github.com/pvint/MCP9600-Module