Temperature Sensor Brick

Hey guys!
I have a little problem with my Temperature Sensor Brick which uses TTC3A103-34D thermoresistor. Link here: One-stop Online Shop For Smart Home, HMI Display, Airspy, Diy Kits l ITEAD STUDIO

When I connect it to Arduino and open Serial Monitor I can see just 0 and nothing else. Maybe I write bad Serial.begin? There is my code:

int ASignal = A0; 

void setup() { 
  Serial.begin(9600); 
} 
void loop() { 
  int sensorValue = analogRead(ASignal); 
  Serial.println(sensorValue);
  delay(1000);
}

There's a graph showing the resistance decreasing with increasing temperature:

How to solve this problem? Please help me! Thanks for your support!

P.s Sorry for my English. It isn't very good. :slight_smile:

Did you push the snap switch in the correct direction to be getting analog values out? Have you seen the wiki page for that brick, if not here it is.

wwbrown:
Did you push the snap switch in the correct direction to be getting analog values out? Have you seen the wiki page for that brick, if not here it is.

Yes, I did it.

Code works.

The 3-pin connector:

G connects to Arduino ground
V connects to Arduino +5
S connects to A0

Switch to A
Serial monitor set to 9600

You should see a value of about 500-550 at room temperature.
Leo..

Wawa:
Code works.

The 3-pin connector:

G connects to Arduino ground
V connects to Arduino +5
S connects to A0

Switch to A
Serial monitor set to 9600

You should see a value of about 500-550 at room temperature.
Leo..

Ooh, it works! Thanks! But if I wanna to know other temperature place? How I can know it from Serial Monitor? Are there proportions between value and temperature?