Grove- Piezo Vibration Sensor is suitable for measurements of flexibility, vibration, impact and touch. The module is based on PZT film sensor LDT0-028. When the sensor moves back and forth, a certain voltage will be created by the voltage comparator inside of it.
Therefore, outputs high & low levels. In spite of the fact that it has a high receptivity for strong impacts, a wide dynamic range (0.001Hz~1000MHz) also guarantees an excellent measuring performance. Finally, you can adjust its sensitivity by adjusting the potentiometer with a screw.
Standard grove socket
Wide dynamic range：0.001Hz~1000MHz
High receptivity for strong impact
Vibration Sensing in Washing Machine
Low Power Wakeup Switch
Low Cost Vibration Sensing
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|Dimensions||40mm x 20mm x 11.5mm|
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May i get chart from pc?(and how?)
What is the power consumption?
Is the output HIGH /LOW or can I also detect the amount of pressure/vibration (due to changing pressure i the piezo element)
puedo ocupar el piezo directamente con arduino?, sin necesidad del shield?, gracias de antemano.
Would like to know if this is compatible with Raspberry PI 2
I am investigating an idea for securing equipment in glass cases. The existing security system in place is 24VDC and relies on a dry contact closure change to activate an alarm.
My question to you is:
Can we use your device to get the results we
Can this be used to gather continuous vibration readings in analog or digital form ? So basically collecting time series data on vibration. If yes how ? In this usecase the sensitivity setting and the switiching nature is not of any use. What's more im
Forgive my ignorance, but I have a couple questions.
I can give this device 24VDC power, correct?
So, when the sensor detects vibration, this unit acts like a switch for what ever voltage I have supplied it. For example, I supplied it 24V a
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