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The LM35DZ datasheet output follows the formula below:. Now I’m confused what is going on and why all of them return the same value?
Here’s a post of somebody with the same problem as you. In spite of the low quality of your second picture, with a bit of hard work and maybe some faithI can tell that your connections are correct: Another thing to try: Bought LM35DZ in local electronics shop and everything is working as it should. In spite of the low quality of your second picture, with a bit of hard work and maybe some faithI can tell that your connections are correct:.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I’ll buy tomorrow one LM35DZ in local electronics shop and try again.
I also second your recommendation – I remove the Arduino and measure the output as a function of varying lengths of time you heat the device with your hands. Maybe I really got miscalibrated ones. AVR microcontroller pins default to input, as you have said. If so, maybe that means the batch of LM35 you got is miscalibrated.
It’s a long shot because that may already be the default, and also because the analogRead call probably does that for you. The LM35DZ datasheet output follows the formula below: If that’s the case, you may be able to compensate for that and calibrate them yourself, by adjusting the temperature formula in your code. I don’t have an answer for your question, but I’ll write down what I could tell from your setup.
That’s cheating, admittedly, but who cares as long as it works? Finally, I would suggest you to isolate the variables: Post an actual schematic.
There’s some information on how to do it in the related question, How to calibrate a temperature sensor. After several attempts I tried to measure lm35ddz with multimeter lm35rz 2nd pin Vout and it was 4. If you get something around mV, then the problem is related to your Arduino board.
LM35 Temperature Sensor
So, right there, there seems to be a problem l35dz your setup. Do you have a scope you can look at it with to be sure it’s not noisy? Its funny, they l35dz same, all markings and everything. By mistake I ordered 5 pieces instead of one so I tried with all of them and they all give me same result both on Arduino and voltage measured.
Sorry on my Bad English, I’ll try to explain even more what I’ve done.
LM35 Temperature Sensor: Pinout, Diagrams, Equivalents & Datasheet
Post as a guest Name. If you get the same 4. Those pictures tell us nothing. Thanks on your help guys!
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I have an LM35DZ which is temperature sensor, properly connected and reading strange values I lm35z exactly that my English is bad and I know it!
LM35 Temperature Sensor
As Ricardo told I’ve tried to remove Arduino out of picture and still got 4. We’re Engineers, not Scientists: Will buy one in local electronics shop and try with it. Of course this application is not a time-sensitive project, but increased efficiency should always be realized where possible.