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IR Obstacle Sensor Module - EE564 - AC1R1

IR Obstacle Sensor Module - EE564 - AC1R1
IR Obstacle Sensor Module - EE564 - AC1R1
IR Obstacle Sensor Module - EE564 - AC1R1
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IR Obstacle Sensor Module - EE564 - AC1R1
IR Obstacle Sensor Module - EE564 - AC1R1
IR Obstacle Sensor Module - EE564 - AC1R1
IR Obstacle Sensor Module - EE564 - AC1R1
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  • Model: EE564-AC1R1
  • Weight: 3.00g
  • SKU: AC1R1
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IR The obstacle Sensor module has the great adaptive capability of the ambient light, having a pair of an infrared transmitter and the receiver tube, the infrared emitting tube to emit a certain frequency encounters an obstacle detection direction (reflecting surface), infrared reflected back to the receiver tube receiving, after a comparator circuit processing, the Yellow LED lights up, while the signal output will output digital signal (a low-level signal), through the potentiometer knob to adjust the detection distance, the effective distance range 2 ~ 10cm working voltage of 3.3V-5V. The detection range of the sensor can be adjusted by the potentiometer, with little interference, easy to assemble, easy to use features, can be widely used robot obstacle avoidance, obstacle avoidance car assembly line count and black-and-white line tracking and many other occasions.

Specifications

·       Operating Voltage: 3.3V to 5V DC

·       Operating Current: 15ma

·       Detection distance: 2 ~ 10cm

·       Detection angle: 35 °

·       Comparator chip: LM393

·       Output Digital - 0V to 5V

·       A preset knob to fine-tune distance range

·       Onboard detection LED indication

·       Module PCB Dimension:18.7x1.5x33.5mm

·       ModuleWeight:3g.

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