The SparkFun FS3000-1015 Air Velocity Sensor Breakout is compatible with Arduino, and SparkFun has created a library to help you begin using the sensor quickly. By searching 'SparkFun Air Velocity' in the Arduino library manager, you can easily download and install the necessary software.
As part of the SparkFun Qwiic Connect System, this air velocity sensor breakout is designed to make prototyping faster and less prone to error. The system uses a common 1mm pitch, 4-pin JST connector, which saves on PCB space and ensures correct connections with its polarized design.
The SparkFun FS3000-1015 Air Velocity Sensor Breakout features an I2C address of 0x28, an airflow speed range of 0-15m/s, and a 12-bit resolution. It operates on an input voltage of 2.7-3.3V, typically 3.3V via Qwiic, and has an average current draw of 10mA. The board also includes 2x Qwiic connectors, a PWR LED, and jumpers for LED, I2C, and ADC-REF. The board dimensions are 2.54cm x 2.54cm.
Additional resources for the SparkFun FS3000-1015 Air Velocity Sensor Breakout include a schematic, Eagle Files, board dimensions, a hookup guide, a datasheet for the FS3000-1015, the Qwiic information page, an Arduino library, and the GitHub Hardware Repo.
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