1M cable DS18B20 Digital stainless steel waterproof temperature sensor compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi

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✔️ The AZDelivery temperature sensors with our popular DS18B20, high quality in a stainless steel housing (6 * 30mm).
✔️ AZDelivery DS18B20 cable with 1M (meter) length. You will also get the free AZDelivery Quick-Start Guide to get started with the product easily.
✔️ Our DS18B20 temperature sensor is perfect for Raspberry Pi and other microcontrollers.
✔️ With these two waterproof temperature probes from AZDelivery, you can now measure temperatures in the range of -55 to 125 degrees Celsius even under water.

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The AZDelivery 1M Cable DS18B20 Digital Temperature Sensor provides from 9-bit to 12-bit Celsius temperature readings and has an alarm function with non-volatile, user-programmable high and low trigger points. The sensor does not require standby power, meaning that when temperature data is not being read, the sensor consumes no power at all.


  • Thanks to the unique 1-wire interface, the sensor requires only one port pin to communicate with a microcontroller.
  • Each sensor has a unique 64-bit serial address, so multiple sensors can operate on the same one-wire bus.
  • Thanks to one meter cable length leeway when mounting the sensor. Also suitable for outdoor use due to waterproof cable.

Technical specifications

Design TO-92
Temperature measuring range -55 ° C to 125 ° C
Accuracy +/-0,5°
Storage temperature range -55 ° C to 125 ° C
Operating voltage (logic level) 5 V
Power supply 3.0 V to 5.5 V
Output management red (VCC), yellow (DATA), black (GND)
Resistance 4.7 kΩ

Projects with Raspberry Pi

In our blog posts you will find a variety of projects with the DS18B20 Sensor with Raspberry Pi, as well as in the forum in the Maker community.

Quick start guide

When buying one of our high-quality products, you will also receive an inclusive e-book for a quick introduction to the world of microelectronics.

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