The Soil Moisture Sensor for Arduino is a compact and easy-to-use sensor that can measure the moisture level of the soil. It is specifically designed to work with the Arduino microcontroller board, making it a great addition to any Arduino-based project that requires soil moisture measurement.
This sensor uses two probes to measure the conductivity of the soil, which is directly related to the soil moisture level. The sensor can be connected to an analog or digital input pin on the Arduino board, so it can be easily read and used in programming.
The sensor is small and lightweight, measuring only 20mm x 15mm x 10mm and weighing only 10g, making it easy to integrate into a wide range of projects.
The technical specifications of the Soil Moisture Sensor for Arduino are:
- Operating voltage: 3.3V to 5V
- Operating current: 20mA
- Output: Analog & Digital
- Dimensions: 20mm x 15mm x 10mm
- Weight: 10g
The sensor can be used in a variety of applications, such as:
- Monitoring soil moisture in gardening and agriculture
- Monitoring soil moisture in greenhouses or hydroponics
- Monitoring soil moisture in outdoor settings or in arid environments
- And many other creative applications.
Overall, the Soil Moisture Sensor for Arduino is a versatile and easy-to-use sensor that can add soil moisture measurement capabilities to any Arduino-based and robotics projects. It's small size, low power consumption and easy integration make it perfect for a wide range of applications.