Ultrasound Distance Module

BDAA100182
£13.59

5 in stock

FEATURES
  • Flux SKU:
    BDAA100182
  • Length (mm):
    41
  • Width (mm):
    29
  • Height (mm):
    20
  • Weight (g):
    48
  • Brand:
    Unbranded/Generic
  • Main Colour:
    Blue
  • Country of Manufacture:
    China
  • MPN:
    BDAA100182
  • UPC:
    Does Not Apply
  • Minimum Operating Temperature:
    -10°C
  • Maximum Operating Temperature:
    70°C
  • Number of Items:
    1
  • Parts list:
    1 Ultrasound sensor lead
    1 Interface module
  • Pin Pitch:
    2.54mm
  • Mounting Hole Size:
    M2
  • Mounting Dimensions:
    36/23mm
  • Chipset MPN:
    7B894
  • Sensor Property:
    Distance (Ultrasound 40kHz)
  • Sensor Sweep:
    70°
  • Distance Detection Minimum:
    0.25m
  • Distance Detection Maximum :
    4.5m
  • Sensor Maximum Resolution:
    0.5cm
  • Lead Length:
    2.4m
  • Panel Hole Size:
    22mm
DESCRIPTION
This module is ideally suited to adding distance detection to your project and is compatible with 2.54mm pitch sockets while functioning with microcontrollers such as the Arduino. This module lets you utilize ultrasound to detect objects within a 0.25 - 4m range, taking your detection project to new levels of capability.
To operate the "trig" pin must receive a HIGH value, the module will then send 8 pulses from the transmitter. If an object is detected a proportional signal will be received, where the width of the pulse can be converted distance. The length of the signal received multiplied by the speed of sound, then divided by two produces the distance.
This is a standard module for distance detection, as such can be wired to other microcontrollers to gain Ultrasound capabilities, like the Raspberry PI.
CONNECT GND BEFORE CONNECTING VCC TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE MODULE
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information regarding the module's operation.
Pin Description
VCC 5V
Trig Trigger input
Echo Output response
GND 0V

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