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
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Low Cost Vibration Sensing
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|Dimensions||40mm x 20mm x 11.5mm|
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Hello, the potentiometer can adjust the amplifier on the board.
May i get chart from pc?(and how?)
Yes , it is .Please get more information on our wiki.
Is the output HIGH /LOW or can I also detect the amount of pressure/vibration (due to changing pressure i the piezo element)
Sorry,what do you want ?More information ,you can see the wiki.
puedo ocupar el piezo directamente con arduino?, sin necesidad del shield?, gracias de antemano.
That is no NEO 6P module now. But if you need large order that you can connect email with us.
Would like to know if this is compatible with Raspberry PI 2
Dear customer,http://www.u-blox.com/images/d... This is the datasheet you can see configuration about to set baud rate.
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
Hi customer??? if you change to correct baud rate that could get the data.And you know Arduino 2560 is a little different between Arduino Uno or Seeeduino, the pins is changed. So first try to make sure the GPS is work find and then focus on code. Bett
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
Yes, you can use the antenna for GPS with UFL connector.
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
Arduino board works at 5V, so we make the Grove - GPS compatible with Arduino as well as other 3.3V boards like Seeeduino.
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