Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino
Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino
Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino
Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino
Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino
Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino
Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino
Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino

Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino

Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino

Este sensor deteta a densidade da luz e reflete o sinal de voltagem analógico para o controlador do Arduino.

PTR007897
4,31 €
Com IVA

Descrição

Gravity: Sensor Analógico de Luz Ambiente para Arduino

Informação do fabricante:

Here comes DFRobot's new Analog Ambient Light Sensor for Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Brand new design and much more convenient to use. This sensor help you to detect the light density and reflect the analog voltage signal back to Arduino controller. You can set the threshold of voltage level to trig other unit on Arduino project. 

We also use the enviromental PT550 light sensor and it is more sensitive to light than normal one. Place check following improvement we made. We always devote to bring better user experience.

Specification:

  • Supply Voltage: 3.3V to 5V
  • Illumination range : 1 Lux to 6000 Lux
  • Responsive time : 15us
  • Interface: Analog
  • Size:22x30mm(0.87"x1.18")

Documents:

Wiki (DFRobot Ambient Light Sensor)     

Schematic 

  

Shipping List:

  • Analog Ambient Light Sensor x1
  • Analog cable x1

Improvement List:

  • Wide voltage range from 3.3V to 5V
  • Standard assembling structure (two 3mm holes with multiple of 5cm(1.97") as interval)
  • Easily recognitive interfaces of sensors ("A" for analog and "D" for digital)
  • Icons to simplely illustrate sensor function 
  • High quality connector
  • Immersion gold surface

Projects:

Project 1. DFRobot AutoEco System takes care of your garden.

By following this project it will help to grow a vegetable garden, and automate some other processes in our house along the way.

List of basic hardware to setup an AutoEco Sys:

1. Romeo

2. X-Board

3. Light Sensor

4 .Gas Sensor

5 .Motion Sensor

6. Tempreture&Humidity Sensor

7. Waterproof temperature sensor

Project 2. Micro:bit Surprise box

In this project it shows how the box interacts with flahsing hearts.

Main Components:

  • micro:bit
  • DFRobot micro:bit Expansion Shield
  • DFRobot Ambient Light Sensor
  • Servo Motor 9g

Project 3. Hyduino - Automated Hydroponics with an Arduino

hydroponics is growing plants without the use of a traditional dirt medium by using a nutrient rich water solution. This is especially great for those people that that have limited areas in their backyard to grow in.

Hardware list:

  • Arduino Mega 2560
  • Peristaltic Pumps (2)
  • Regular Pump
  • pH Electrode Probe and Connection to Arduino
  • pH Up/Down Solution
  • 5V Relay Modules for Arduino
  • 12V Solenoid Valve
  • DHT11 or DHT21 or DHT22 Humidity/Temperature Sensor
  • Photosensitive Sensor for Arduino
  • Breadboard
  • Various Wires
  • Grow Lights (mine are LED)
  • Sockets for Grow Lights
  • 3.2" TFT LCD Shield + Touch Screen (usually has an SD card reader on the back of it)
  • Water Level Sensor Float Switch (2)
  • I2C RTC DS1307 AT24C32 Real Time Clock Module
  • 9V and 12V Power Supplies
  • Hydroponics Pots (I'm using 10 - 3" pots for this)
  • 1" PVC Pipe and Fittings + Drain Pipe and Fittings

Project 4: Environmental Monitoring System Based on OBLOQ-IoT Module

This product is mainly applied in electronic laboratory to monitor and control indicators such as temperature, humidity, light and dust, and timely upload them to the cloud data space to achieve remote monitoring and control of dehumidifier, air purifier, exhaust fan and dimmable light, etc. in the laboratory.     

Hardware List: 

  • DFRduino UNO R3 - Arduino Compatible
  • Gravity: UART OBLOQ – IOT Module (Microsoft Azure)
  • DHT22 Temperature and Humidity Sensor
  • Sharp GP2Y1010AU0F Compact optical Dust Sensor
  • Gravity: i2C BMP280 Barometer Sensor
  • Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor For Arduino
  • LCD12864 Shield for Arduino
  • Quadruple relay module

Project 5: micro:bit Laser Target

The ambient light sensor sensor detects the intensity of the laser pointer. If it is greater than 400, it will sound the buzzer and the servo will make the target fall and up. Game over when it reaches 10. Press A to reset score to 0.

Hardware components:

  • Micro:bit *1
  • DFROBOT micro:bit expansion shield *1
  • DFRobot Ambient Light Sensor  *1
  • DFRobot Digital Buzzer Module  *1
  • laser pointer
  • Servo motor 9g *1
  • Popsicle 
  • Bottle cap
  • paper target
  • Glue gun
  • Crocodile clip 
  • Micro switch 
  • 3V battery case

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