As an updated version of Grove - Light Sensor 1.0, the Grove - Light Sensor v1.2 is also aimed at measuring light levels, however with higher reliability and sensibility. It is an analog module and output various electrical signals which can be converted to different ranges (It depends on the Analog-to-Digital-Converter on your controller board. For example, it can output 0-255 for an 8-bit ADC). It integrates a high-sensitive and reliable phototriode, and just like other grove modules, it is interfaced with Grove port which can save you a lot work in wiring.
Easy to use since it is interfaced with Grove port.
High reliability and sensibility.
Recognize wider spectrum.
|Dimensions||20mm x20mm x18mm|
|Operating voltage(V)||3-5 V|
|Operating current(mA)||0.5-3 mA|
|Response time||20 ~ 30 milliseconds|
|Peak Wavelength||540 nm|
|Grove - Light Sensor V1.2||1|
The Environment Cube! Know the Land Beneath You using Sigfox
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Grove - Introduction in a Light Sensor
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Lección 12 : Módulo sensor de luz de Grove.
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Lesson 12 : Light sensor Grove module.
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Grove - Light Sensor
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Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:03
Hi, I've bought this sensor. I'm reading the analog values of the sensor and the max read is 738. Is it possible to have a table where you map analog values with lux? Because at the following link http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/Grove-Digital_Light_Sensor/ I did not find anything about it RegardsAnswer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:03