MinipH A pH interface for Arduino or Raspberry Pi projects.
MinipH pH interface is a very cost effective solution for adding pH sensing capability to any project. MinipH uses a popular and proven 12 bit ADC that is very easy to work with, precise, and reliable, taking pH measurements is a snap. This makes it an ideal addition to any electronic tool box, especially those that need water quality sensors! Designed to be easily integrated with projects using either a breadboard(standard .1″ header) or even use a Seeed Grove connector, accepts a wide range of voltage inputs(2.7V to 5.5V) and the entire unit can be isolated with the addition of an I2C isolation unit! This is an open source hardware projects and all files can be found on MinipH’s Project page or directly on my GitHub!
- Full pH range .1 – 14 (.01 precision, though probes are only good for .1)
- Wide range of VIN inputs (2.7 to 5.5V) works with RaspI’s for example
- Easy to use 12bit ADC
It’s small, perfectly formed and works a treat out of the box. You’ll find the i2c address written on the board – and the documentation and example code on github is just what you need to get you started. Can’t recommend it highly enough. The simplicity and elegance of the design is a winner, I used a £6 probe from ebay with it to make a sensor that equals a commercial £60 unit.
olá ele trabalha com arduino uno