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Ultrasónica del módulo HC-SR04 Kingduino

Ultrasónica del módulo HC-SR04 Kingduino

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El sensor ultrasónico HC-SR04 utiliza el sonar para determinar la distancia a un objeto - al igual que los murciélagos o delfines lo hacen.

Este módulo ofrece una excelente precisión del alcance y lecturas estables en un paquete fácil de usar. operación No se ve afectado por la luz solar o material negro (aunque acústicamente materiales blandos como tela puede ser difícil de detectar). Un rendimiento similar a la SRF005 pero con el bajo precio de un sensor de infrarrojos de Sharp.

Perfecto para la prevención de colisiones en sus próximos robótica o proyecto multirotor!


Especulación:
Energía: 5V DC
Corriente en reposo: <2 mA
Ángulo eficaz: <15 ​​°
Que van Distancia: 2 cm - 500 cm / 1 "- 16 pies
Resolución: 0,3 cm
LxWxH: 45 x 20 x 15 mm
Peso: 8,5 g

incluye:
Módulo ultrasónico
1 x cinta Terminado cable 200mm

* Nota: Este no es un producto original de marca Arduino.

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  • SKU (Número de Referencia):
    387000005
  • Brand:
    N/A
  • Peso ( g)
    14.00
  • Longitud
    50.00
  • Ancho:
    20.00
  • Altura:
    50.00
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This little sensor is Not compatible with the APM series of autopilots (yet).
There have being made a few attempts to make it work with APM but it does not worth the effort.
If you are looking for an APM sonar sensor try something else.
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I've found the schema: http://uglyduck.ath.cx/ep/archive/2014/01/Making_a_better_HC_SR04_Echo_Locator.html
I've checked my own HC-SR04. The schema is right. But the chip MAX232 is not working correctly. Normally, the transmitter MK2 would be driven by /-10V and mine is 0/ 5V, the MAX232 doesn't oscillate and doesn't generate high voltages.
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Works as it should with and Arduino. A quick google of HC-SR04 and you can find the library, examples and all you need to use it.
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Although I have not yet incorporated this sensor into my Multiwii quadcopter, I have been able to find lots of Arduino code online so far. All I really have to do now is figure out which pins to use. Device looks nice and sturdy for what it is.
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This product is very cheap comparing with other sites but it's less accuracy. honestly, I didn't try the original product to compare between them.
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Fairly accurate, will need to search google for an arduino library called "NewPing" in order for it to work properly
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Just make sure to setup the range to 200 otherwise you will have alt. jumps
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This module can be found on other site for upwards of $15.. Good onya HK for keeping the prices real!
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First time buying Arduino from HK. Connected it to my breadboard and had it working within minutes using a sample sketch. Search for Ultrasonic SR04 and a bunch of examples come up. Had to make sure it was a sketch for the 4 pin version, and not 3.
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I connected the sensor up to an Arduino Nano used the Newping library and example code and it worked very well giving reasonably accurate measurements ( within 5-10pcnt ) from 1 inch to about 60ins ( my ceiling ). I plan to use for collision avoidance in a small wheeled robot and am even thinking of using for water level detection in our 5000 gallon rainwater tank. Very good value.
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