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Quantity Description Price

Set of 4 Load Cells*

Description: Set of Four (4) matched class C 50 KG (110 lb) load cells with 1 meter cables. Protected to IP65 specifications. Maximum hive weight of 200 KG (440 lb) when these four load cells are mounted to a frame. International Orders ship directly from China.
Typical Quantity: 1 lot of 4 cells per system.
$ 50

Hive Interface board

Description: Plugs into the 40 pin GPIO header on Raspberry Pi A+, B+, Pi2, Pi3 and Pi Zero models. Eight 6P4C RJ11 jacks accept 4 load cells in parallel, 2 DHT22 Temp/RH sensors, 1 TSL2561 or TSL2591 lux sensor, and 1 tip bucket rain gage.
Typical Quantity: 1 per system.
$ 25

Lux (Light) Sensor

Description: TSL2591 Light sensor with 2 meter cord. Plugs into the Hive Interface Board. Wide dynamic range. Measures both IR and visible light spectrums at the hive location.
Typical Quantity: 1 per system.
$ 14

Temperature/RH Sensor

Description: DHT22 temperature and relative humidity sensor with 2 meter cord. Plugs into the Hive Interface Board.
Typical Quantity: 2 per system.
$ 12

Micro SD Card

Description: Has Raspian image and HiveTool software installed. Plugs into a Raspberry Pi A+, B+, Pi2, Pi3 or Pi Zero.
Typical Quantity: 1 per system.
$ 15

WiFi/USB Adapter

Description: Plugs into Type A USB connector and provides WiFi for Raspberry Pi Models A+, B+, Pi2. Provides better signal strength for Pi3. Not for Pi Zero.
Typical Quantity: 1 per system.
$ 15
Shipping inside the Continental United States
$ 7
Shipping outside the Continental United States
$ 14
Contribution**

  1. * Load cells are shipped directly from China on international orders to save shipping. You will receive two packages, one from China with the load cells and one from the US with everything else.
  2. ** Voluntary contributions made to The Center for Honeybee Research, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, fund research, development and deployment of hive monitoring systems and may be tax deductible.