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Kingduino Compatible Transmitter And Receiver Photo-Electric Sensor Set.

Kingduino Compatible Transmitter And Receiver Photo-Electric Sensor Set.

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Arduino Compatible Transmitter And Receiver Photo-Electric Sensor Set. Useful for robot, interactive media etc. Detection range: 3~80cm (adjustable), with built in Potentiometer and Output Indicator light.

Specs:
Color: Black / Orange
Material: ABS Plastic
Voltage: 5v DC
Current: 100mA

 

*Note: This is not an original Arduino brand product.

  • SKU 438000016
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight(g) 23.00
  • Length 70.00
  • Width 20.00
  • Height 40.00
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Good sensor for its price. Please note that this sensor only outputs HIGH or LOW.
Pin configuration is: Vs (5V) - RED / GND - GREEN / SIGNAL - YELLOW
This cannot be used for distance measurement. (unless you are doing "is it 50cm yet?" measurements.
I ordered 5 of these and it's a bit tricky to make them trigger at the same distance. What I did was mount it to a fix location with an obstacle at a fixed distance. Turn the potentiometer until the indicator light just barely turns off. No microcontroller is needed for this test, just power.

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Good sensor for its price. Please note that this sensor only outputs HIGH or LOW.
Pin configuration is: Vs (5V) - RED / GND - GREEN / SIGNAL - YELLOW
This cannot be used for distance measurement. (unless you are doing "is it 50cm yet?" measurements.
I ordered 5 of these and it's a bit tricky to make them trigger at the same distance. What I did was mount it to a fix location with an obstacle at a fixed distance. Turn the potentiometer until the indicator light just barely turns off. No microcontroller is needed for this test, just power.

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