I would like to share my first steps with the Grove 'plug & play' components. This is primarily a Temperature Sensor.
Please do not expect any technical explanation at this point as to how the thermistor used works and how a value in Celsius is determined from this according to a data sheet of the chip manufacturer. An LM358 5BK CSV7G4 was installed in my sensor v1.2.
You can find a datasheet here: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/SeeedDocument/Grove-Temperature_Sensor_V1.2/master/res/NCP18WF104F03RC.pdf
Why now a constant R0 was created and this short listing was not deleted, if this is not used, escapes my knowledge. I am looking forward to the feedback of the hackster-mathematicians who explain the conversion formula and disclose it to non-technicians. Certainly, Fahrenheit is another option which I am coming from the European area, is not powerful.
Well, in the end, the value that comes out of the serial monitor counts. In addition, a value also comes when you take the sensor off the data cable ;-)
Good luck with one of the most commonly used sensors in IoT projects, I believe! Flashing and ducking.
Once the Grove Base Shield is plugged onto the Arduino Uno R3, the Grove's universal cable can be used to connect the Sensor to port A0.
This short introduction reflects the available original example of Seeedstudio.
Further examples with a introduction in components from Grove Starter Kit can be found here: