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The BMP280 sensor is a high-precision digital barometric pressure and temperature sensor. It provides accurate measurements of atmospheric pressure and temperature, making it suitable for weather monitoring, altimetry, and indoor/outdoor navigation applications. The sensor offers low power consumption, a wide operating voltage range, and I2C and SPI communication interfaces for easy integration. With its small form factor and high accuracy, the BMP280 sensor enables precise pressure and temperature sensing in various projects requiring environmental monitoring and altitude calculation.

BMP 280

SKU: 110
₹85.00 Regular Price
₹70.00Sale Price
  • Specification

    • Pressure Range: 300 to 1100 hPa (hectopascals)
    • Temperature Range: -40°C to +85°C
    • Pressure Accuracy: ±1 hPa
    • Temperature Accuracy: ±1°C
    • Supply Voltage: 1.8V to 3.6V DC
    • Communication Interface: I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit), SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)
    • Dimensions: Varies depending on the model.


    • Power Supply: Connect the VCC pin of the BMP280 sensor to the positive supply voltage (1.8V to 3.6V) of your microcontroller or development board.
    • Ground: Connect the GND pin of the BMP280 sensor to the ground (0V) of your system.
    • I2C or SPI Connection: Choose either I2C or SPI interface depending on your system requirements.
      • I2C: Connect the SDA (data) and SCL (clock) pins of the BMP280 sensor to the corresponding I2C pins of your microcontroller or development board. Ensure proper pull-up resistors are connected to the SDA and SCL lines.
      • SPI: Connect the MOSI, MISO, SCK, and CS pins of the BMP280 sensor to the corresponding SPI pins of your microcontroller or development board.
    • Library and Code: Install the appropriate library for the BMP280 sensor in your microcontroller development environment. Utilize the library functions to initialize the sensor and read pressure and temperature data.
    • Data Interpretation: Convert the raw sensor data to meaningful pressure and temperature values using the provided formulas or library functions.
    • Calibration: Apply calibration if required, based on environmental conditions or specific application needs.
    • Data Analysis or Action: Utilize the pressure, temperature, and altitude data for weather forecasting, altimetry, or other relevant actions in your project.
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