Grove - Water Sensor detects the presence of water using exposed PCB traces. The sensor is made up of interlaced traces of Ground and Sensor signals. The sensor traces are weakly pulled up using 1 MΩ resistor. The resistor will pull the sensor trace value high until a drop of water shorts the sensor trace to the ground trace. This circuit will work with digital I/O pins of Arduino or you can use it with the analog pins to detect the amount of water induced contact between the grounded and sensor traces.
Tank overflow detection
Grove compatible interface
Low power consumption
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|Dimensions||40mm x 20mm x 12mm|
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I ordered this but I don't see it in the software.
How can I use this sensor outdoor as a rain detector for example. For all these sensors (light sensor or moisture sensor for example), what is the best way to protect the connector part and let the sensor part outdoor
is there a larger version of this sensor so i can detect water a larger coverage.?is this sensor can detect other liquids such as beer,milk,chemical,alcoholic drinks,oil, and juices and carbonated drinks
Please let me know whether the Water sensor input can be connected to my CC2530 SoC (Microcontroller) ADC pin. And also let me know how to interpret the voltage levels on the input pin. What is the maximum voltage level on the input?
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buying this sensor, is included the connector cable?
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