38KHz Infrared Transmitter Sensor Module
An infrared light-emitting diode, commonly referred to as an infrared transmitting tube, is a component of a diode. It is capable of immediately converting electrical energy into near-infrared. Unseen light and radiation from the light-emitting device are primarily used in remote transmission circuits and all types of photoelectric switches. The structure of an infrared transmission tube is conceptually similar to that of a regular light-emitting diode; the semiconductor materials, however, are different. Gallium arsenide (GaAs), aluminum gallium arsenic (GaAlAs), and other compounds are frequently utilized with infrared LEDs, together with transparent or light blue, black resin encapsulation.
· Transmit 38KHz modulating signal
· Working voltage: 2.7 ~ 5.5V.
· Working current: 1.8 mA
· On-Board Power Indication LED
· On-Board Signal Transmission Indication LED
· Dimension: 18.7mm x 5.39mm x 29mm
· Weight: 2g.
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