Grove - Ultrasonic Ranger

Grove - Ultrasonic Ranger

SKU 101020010
3.90
48 Available
$3.90/ 1pcs+

Description

This Grove-ultrasonic sensor is a non-contact distance measurement module which is compatible with the Grove system. It's designed for easy modular project usage with industrial performance. There is also the electronic version of this module here



Features

  • Detecting range: 3cm-350cm,best in 30 degree angle.

  • Grove interface

  • 5V DC power supply

  • Arduino library ready



Technical Details

Dimensions50mm x 25mm x 16mm
WeightG.W 17g    
BatteryExclude
Measuring range 3cm - 350cm
Operating voltage DC 3.2~5.2V
Operating current 8mA
Ultrasonic frequency 40kHz
Connector Grove x1
Output PWM

Part List

Grove - Ultrasonic Ranger1

ECCN/HTS

ECCNEAR99
HSCODE9031900090

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Hi ! I need a sensor that can read the blue or red line on the PC screen about 1.5 mm wide on the black bottom, and then give the contact get to start a clock. Which sensor can fit this and I need some additional equipment. Thanks for reply. roald
on Jul 04,2017
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Hi~we do have color sensor.But 1.5mm is too narrow to distinguish.So you may need some more complex and precise equipment which we do not have.
on Sep 11,2017 13:08 PM
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I want to use three Ultrasonic sensors, one for calibration and two for distance. All your examples show only one in use at D7 using the Grove board. First can I use more than one and what channels on the Grove base board.
on Nov 25,2016
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Hi~Of course you can.You can use D6,D7,D8 or any other digital port to plug the Ultrasonic sensor. and I have tested it and write a code to meet your needs.You can email techsupport@seeed.cc ~So that I can offer you the code.
on Sep 11,2017 15:58 PM
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Will this work with chipKIT uC32 and LabView ?
on Nov 03,2016
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We only provide the library of Arduino and raspberry.I am afraid that it will not work with uC32.
on Sep 11,2017 17:05 PM
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Hello, can i connect this module to the Xbee carrier ? Thx
on Nov 01,2016
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We only provide the library of Arduino and raspberry.You need to write the library yourself.
on Sep 11,2017 17:06 PM
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Hello,I'm looking for "ultrasonic" reference page I would like to know the difference between "ultrasonic.MeasureInCentimeters" and "ultrasonic.RangeInCentimeters".Does anyone know it?
on Oct 19,2016
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MeasureInCentimeters : The measured distance from the range 0 to 400 Centimeters. MeasureInInches: The measured distance from the range 0 to 157 Inches. Hope that would be helpful to you.
on Oct 20,2016 10:48 AM
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on Nov 09,2017 19:33 PM
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on Nov 09,2017 19:33 PM
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Hi, Can I Integrate this with TI's CC3220SF or any other TI devices?
on Sep 19,2018
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Hi there, The sensor working voltage is from 3.3v~5V. if the CC3220SF working voltage is within range, we can use the it from hardware point of view. For the software, We only provide the library of Arduino and raspberry.You need to write the library yourself. thanks.
on Sep 20,2018 16:14 PM
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Will this work with chipKIT uC32 and LabView ?
on Jul 04,2018
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Hi there, The sensor working voltage is from 3.3v~5V. if the uc32 working voltage is within range, we can use the it from hardware point of view. For the software, We only provide the library of Arduino and raspberry. We do not test the labview before. thanks.
on Sep 20,2018 16:15 PM
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Is it possible to have a sample of this device?
on May 10,2018
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Hi there~ Could you please tell us what do you want to do with this product? Thanks
on May 11,2018 10:15 AM
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Hi - purchased this and tried to run the example project "All in one" with Raspberry Pi. However the sensor does not seem to be able to detect any changes in distance. Also tried to run the "GroveUltrasonicSensor" project and the result was "Distance: 517 cm" on the screen. Couldn't find much documentation online regarding troubleshooting so hoping to get some help from here. Thanks in advance!
on Jun 25,2017
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Hi~I am pretty sure that the demo we offered is OK.Could you please check again and see if there are any missing. Here is the link http://wiki.seeed.cc/Grove-Ultrasonic_Ranger/#with-raspberry-pi .After try again,if it still can not measure,you can contact us and then we can talk about refound or exchange.Thanks
on Sep 13,2017 15:51 PM
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base on the wiki:Operating voltage: 3.3/5.0VDCOperating current: 15mAUltrasonic frequency: 42kHzSo this one should work on 3.3v system, like Arduino duo, seeeduino arch, right?
on Oct 19,2016
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Yes, you can. You can send your design files in one e-mail and name the files like this: order37218_5cm*5cm_1, order37218_5cm*5cm_2, order37218_10cm*10cm_1, and order37218_10cm*10cm_2.
on Oct 20,2016 10:41 AM
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