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Grove - IR (Infrared) Receiver is used to receive infrared signals and also used for remote control detection. The IR detector has a demodulator inside that looks for modulated IR at 38 kHz. The Infrared Receiver can receive signals well within 10 meters.

PRODUCT DETAILS

Features

  • The inside demodulator modulates IR at 38 kHz.
  • The Infrared Receiver can receive signals well within 10 meters.
  • Low supply current
  • Include photodetector and preamplifier in one package
  • Improved immunity against ambient light

Description

Grove - IR (Infrared) Receiver is used to receive infrared signals and also used for remote control detection. The IR detector has a demodulator inside that looks for modulated IR at 38 kHz. The Infrared Receiver can receive signals well within 10 meters. The Infrared Receiver can receive signals well within 10 meters. If more than 10 meters, the receiver may not get the signals. We often use the two Twigs-the Infrared Receiver and the Infrared Emitter to work together.

Technical details

Dimensions 20mm x20mm x10mm
Weight G.W 9g
Battery Exclude

Part List

Grove - Infrared Receiver 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 8517709000
USHSCODE 8473305100
UPC 841454108139
ROHS 1

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The Infrared Receiver is used to receive infrared signals and also used for remote control detection. There is an IR detector on the Infrared Receiver which is used to get the infrared light emitted by the Infrared Emitter.

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