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
Detecting range: 3cm-350cm,best in 30 degree angle.
5V DC power supply
Arduino library ready
|Dimensions||50mm x 25mm x 16mm|
|Measuring range||3cm - 350cm|
|Operating voltage||DC 3.2~5.2V|
|Grove - Ultrasonic Ranger||1|
This Grove - Ultrasonic sensor is a non-contact distance measurement module which works at 42KHz, suitable for projects that require middle distance measurement.
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With a Grove - Ultrasonic Ranger she can magically control the number of illuminated LEDs inside the Helix by raising or lower her palm in the air.
There are many ways like using a float sensor to determine the water level, or using probes to detect peak and low level in the tank.How to measure water level without using probe or contacting with water?yeah there is a way just using a Ultrasoni
Hello,I'm looking for"ultrasonic"reference page
I would like to know the difference between"ultrasonic.MeasureInCentimeters"and
Does anyone know it?
base on the wiki:
Operating voltage: 3.3/5.0VDC
Operating current: 15mA
Ultrasonic frequency: 42kHz
So this one should work on 3.3v system, like Arduino duo, seeeduino arch, right?
Hello. I want to use Grove - Ultrasonic Ranger (SEN10737P) with PIC microcontroller. Will it be possible to use? If yes, Do I need additional hardware for setting it up?
Beaglebone black code for this sensor? Thanks
Will the Grove Ultrasonic Ranger work with boards using ATtiny85 such as the Adafruit trinket? If so what are the recommended pin assignments?
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