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This development board can be only used for prototyping, it cannot be built into a product for commercial distribution. It cannot be re-sold or used as part of a production environment.
The Sound sensor module is a simple microphone. Based on the power amplifier LM386 and the electret microphone, it can be used to detect the sound strength of the environment. The value of output can be adjusted by the potentiometer.
Grove compatible interface
Wide supply voltage range: 4V-12V
Low quiescent current drain: 4mA
2.0cm x 2.0cm twig module
Minimum external parts
For all Grove users (especially beginners), we provide you guidance PDF documents. Please download and read through Preface - Getting Started and Introduction to Grove before your using of the product.
|Dimensions||24mm x 20mm x 9.8mm|
|Operating Voltage Range||3.3/5 V|
|Operating Current(Vcc=5V)||4~5 mA|
|Voltage Gain(V=6V, f=1kHz)||26 dB|
|Microphone sensitivity(1kHz)||52-48 dB|
|Microphone Impedance||2.2k Ohm|
|Microphone Frequency||16-20 kHz|
|Microphone S/N Radio||54 dB|
|Grove - Sound Sensor||1|
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