This Grove-ultrasonic sensor is a non-contact distance measurement module which is compatible with the Grove system. It's designed for easy modular project usage with industrial performance. There is also the electronic version of this module here
Video available here
Detecting range: 3cm-4m,best in 30 degree angle.
5V DC power supply
Arduino library ready
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You can also connect it to D6, D5 port. The following is a code that uses three ultrasonic ranger for your reference.
RangeInInches = ultrasonic.MeasureInInches();
RangeInCentimeters = ultrasonic.MeasureInCentimeters(); // two measurements should keep an interval
RangeInInches = ultrasonic1.MeasureInInches();
RangeInCentimeters = ultrasonic1.MeasureInCentimeters(); // two measurements should keep an interval
RangeInInches = ultrasonic2.MeasureInInches();
RangeInCentimeters = ultrasonic2.MeasureInCentimeters(); // two measurements should keep an interval
Yes, connect the Grove ultra sonic ranger to the D5,D6 grove port of the Xbee carrier.
base on the wiki:
Operating voltage: 3.3/5.0VDC
Operating current: 15mA
Ultrasonic frequency: 42kHz
So this one should work on 3.3v system, like Arduino duo, seeeduino arch, right?
Yes, you can. You can send your design files in one e-mail and name the files like this: order37218_5cm*5cm_1, order37218_5cm*5cm_2, order37218_10cm*10cm_1, and order37218_10cm*10cm_2.
Hello. I want to use Grove - Ultrasonic Ranger (SEN10737P) with PIC microcontroller. Will it be possible to use? If yes, Do I need additional hardware for setting it up?
Sorry, but we seldom use BGA package.
Please pay attention the input voltage of your PIC and Grove sensor, if all the same, you can do it. But if no additional circuit with your PIC microcontroller, maybe the data could be influenced by something.
Beaglebone black code for this sensor? Thanks
Yes they would do that. Just remember that you have to cut them out of the square that they send you.
I'm sorry, now we don't have code for BBB. But you can put a post on the forum, maybe someone have it.
Will the Grove Ultrasonic Ranger work with boards using ATtiny85 such as the Adafruit trinket? If so what are the recommended pin assignments?
It means the boards without red marks are not tested.
If using sensor with other boards, you need modify the program. And you can choose the pin you needed. More information you can refer to the software of the Ultrasonic sensor.
Hello,I'm looking for"ultrasonic"reference page
I would like to know the difference between"ultrasonic.MeasureInCentimeters"and
Does anyone know it?
MeasureInCentimeters : The measured distance from the range 0 to 400 Centimeters. MeasureInInches: The measured distance from the range 0 to 157 Inches. Hope that would be helpful to you.
Which wire should we use to connect this to base shield? Or what type of jumper wires should I use if I don't buy the base shield (link please)?
Put the lines centered on the dimension.
Hi,you can refer to this web site(http://www.seeedstudio.com/dep....
The description here says the range is up to 4m, but on the wiki page it says the maximal range is 400cm, which one is it?
i forgot one 'e' there is 3 'e' in seeedstudio.com. email went thru fine.
many thank yous.
Dear Nader.Sorry for that,we have modified it.Thanks for your attention.
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