Note: This sensor will EOL soon, please consider the new version Grove - I2C color sensor V2.
The video shows how to recognize different colors with the sensor and then to drive the lamp lighting in blue, green, yellow, orange and red accordingly.
This module is based on the color sensor TCS3414CS with digital output I2C. Based on the 8*2 array of filtered photodiodes and 16-bits analog-to-digital converters, you can gain the color chromaticity of ambient light or the color of objects. Of the 16 photodiodes, 4 have red filters, 4 have green filters, 4 have blue filters and 4 have no filter(clear). With the synchronization input pin, external pulsed light source can provides precise synchronous conversion control.
Grove compatible interface
16-Bit digital output with I 2C at 400 kHz
SYNC Input Synchronizes Integration Cycle to Modulated Light Sources
Operating temperature range -40°C to 85°C
Programmable interrupt function with User-Defined Upper and lower threshold settings
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LEARN AND DOCUMENTS
- Library for Grove - I2C Color Sensor V1.2
- Library for Grove - I2C Color Sensor V2.0
- Grove-I2C Color Sensor Eagle File V1.2
- Grove-I2C Color Sensor Eagle File V2.0
- Grove-I2C Color Sensor SCH File V1.2
- Grove-I2C Color Sensor SCH File V2.0
- Grove-I2C Color Sensor PCB File V1.2
- Grove-I2C Color Sensor PCB File V2.0
- TCS3414-A Datasheet
- TCS3472 Datasheet
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Settles every disagreement if something is blue or purple It probably would be great in other projects, but for me, I use it to end arguments over what color some object is.