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Grove - Flame Sensor, YG1006 sensor with high speed of 15 μS/cm & high sensitivity-ideal for Fire Alarm System

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101020049

The Grove-Flame Sensor can be used to detect fire sources or other light sources of the wavelength in the range of 760nm - 1100 nm. It is based on the YG1006 sensor which is a high-speed and high-sensitive NPN silicon phototransistor. Due to its black epoxy, the sensor is sensitive to infrared radiation. With an extra buzzer and LED, you can easily build a fire alarm system.

 
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PRODUCT DETAILS

Features

  • High-performance: detecting fires or light of the wavelength in the range of 760nm ~ 1100nm
  • High-speed:  detecting speed up to 15μS/cm
  • High-sensitive:  based on the YG1006 sensor - a high-sensitive NPN silicon phototransistor 
  • Adjustable sensitivity: a precision potentiometer provided
  • Easy to program: Grove Interface for easy plug and play with your Arduino board instead of using jumper wires, supports both Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms, and full guidance documents provided

Description

A typical flame sensor is a device used to detect fire in a furnace but slowly made compatible with Arduino boards by integrating it into modules. The Grove-Flame Sensor is our recommended pick if you’re looking for an Arduino Flame Sensor Module, which is way easier than the ones used for furnaces.


The Grove-Flame Sensor can be used to detect fire sources or other light sources of the wavelength in the range of 760nm - 1100 nm. It is based on the YG1006 sensor which is a high-speed and high-sensitive NPN silicon phototransistor. Due to its black epoxy, the sensor is sensitive to infrared radiation. As a result, the module is mainly used to detect infrared light. It outputs digital signals 0 and 1 through a Comparator output. The output value will be 0 when infrared light is detected. And the sensitivity is adjustable by the precision potentiometer.

Application

  • Hydrogen stations
  • Any industrial heating, gas, or drying-related systems
  • Gas-powered cooking appliances
  • Fire alarm systems
  • Fire fighting robots

Four easy steps to complete a Fire alarm system!

  • Step 1:Connect Grove – Flame Sensor to port D2 of Grove – Base Shield
  • Step 2: Connect Grove – Purple LED to port D3 of Grove – Base Shield
  • Step 3: Plug Grove – Base Shield into Seeeduino
  • Step 4: Connect Seeeduino to PC via a USB Cable


The completed connection should be the same as shown below. Copy the Arduino code provided in the product wiki and it's done!


Specification

Item

Min

Typical

Max

Unit

Voltage

4.75

5.0

5.30

VDC

Current

/

20

/

mA

Range of Spectral Bandwidth

760

940

1100

nm

Detection range

0

~

1

m

Response Time

15

μS

Operating Temperature

-25

~

85

Technical Details

Dimensions

130mm x80mm x12mm

Weight

G.W 9g

Battery

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Partlist

Grove-Flame Sensor

1

Grove-Cable

1

Note

What is Grove?

Grove makes it easier to connect, experiment, and simplify the prototyping process. No jumpers or soldering are required. We have developed more than 300 Grove modules, covering a wide range of applications that can fulfill a variety of needs. Not only are these open hardware, but we also have open-source software. 

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 9031900090
USHSCODE 9031808070
UPC 841454108399
EUHSCODE 9013101000
COO CHINA
EU DoC 1
RoHS 1
UK DoC 1

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

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A typical flame sensor is a device used to detect fire in a furnace but slowly made compatible with Arduino boards by integrating it into modules.
The Grove - Flame Sensor can be used to detect fire source or other light sources of the wavelength in the range of 760nm - 1100 nm. It is based on the YG1006 sensor which is a high speed and high sensitive NPN silicon phototransistor.

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