LASER RECEIVER MODULE
- LASER RECEIVER SENSOR MODULE NON-MODULATOR
- Voltage : 5v
- Output high level when it receives laser signal
- Output low level when doesn’t receive laser signal
- Size : 1.5cm x 1.9cm
- The laser receiver sensor module uses a non-modulated laser receiver to detect the laser signal.
- For use indoors where there is no light, sunlight or other sources of light which will interfere with the sensor, recommended for use in dark environments.
- GUVA-S12SD UV Sensor Detection Module Light Sensor 240nm-370nm
- The on-board chip AT24C256 of this module is connected by I2C interface
- Its rate is up to 1MHz and the capacity is 256Kbit
Small size: 11 mm × 27 mm
Low power consumption: voltage 2.5V ~ 5V, microphone current
linearity and High Stability
Detection range: 240nm-370nm
Wide angle: 130 degrees
- This module can detect sunlight, ultraviolet light, natural light intensity and other detections, with high accuracy and good reliability. This module can be used in various professional detections.
TCS3200 Color Sensor
- Input voltage: 2.7V to 5.5V
- Interface: Digital TTL
- High-resolution conversion of light intensity to frequency
- Programmable colour and full-scale output frequency
- No need of ADC(Can be directly connected to the digital pins of the microcontroller)
- Power down feature
- Size: 28.4×28.4mm(1.12×1.12″)
- This Arduino compatible TCS3200 color sensor module consist of a TAOS TCS3200 RGB sensor chip and 4 white LEDs. The main part of the module is the TCS3200 chip which is a Color Light-to-Frequency Converter. The white LEDs are used for providing proper lighting for the sensor to detect the object colour correctly. This chip can sense a wide variety of colours and it gives the output in the form of corresponding frequency.
- This module can be used for making colour sorting robots, test strip reading, colour matching tests, etc.
WCMCU-101 OPT101 Analog Light Sensor
- WCMCU-101 OPT101 Analog Light Sensor
- Working voltage : 2.7V-36V
- photodiode light irradiation area : 5.2mm square
- photocurrent : 0.45A/W(650nm)
- output voltage ratio : 0.45V/uW
- Analog voltage output range : 1.15
- bandwidth : 14KHz
- static power consumption : 120uA
UV, IR, Visible light Sensor I2C GY1145
- Power with 3-5VDC
- This is a digital sensor that works over I2C so just about any microcontroller can use it.
- The sensor also has visible and IR sensing elements so you can measure just about any kind of light.
- If you’re feeling really advanced, you can connect up an IR LED to the LED pin and use the basic proximity sensor capability as well.
- Vin – this is the input to the voltage regulator. Power with 3-5VDC. Has reverse-polarity protection.
- GND – this is the signal and power ground pin, connect to your microcontroller ground pin
- 3vo – this is the output from the onboard regulator. If you need a clean 3.3VDC, you can draw up to 100mA from this pin.
- SCL – this is the i2c clock pin, connect to your microcontroller I2C clock master pin.
- SDA – this is the i2c data pin, connect to your microcontroller I2C data master pin.
Light Dependent Resistor
- A photoresistor or light-dependent resistor (LDR) or photocell is a light-controlled variable resistor.
- The resistance of a photoresistor decreases with increasing incident light intensity.
- It exhibits photoconductivity.
- Can be applied in light-sensitive detector circuits, and light- and dark-activated switching circuits.
- Can be used to sense Light
- Easy to use on Breadboard or Perf Board
- Easy to use with Microcontrollers or even with normal Digital/Analog IC
- Small, cheap and easily available