The ultrasonic sensor offers a very cost effective and simple method of distance measurement. This sensor is perfect for a variety of applications where you need to perform measurements between moving or stationary objects. This ultrasonic distance sensor is commonly used in robotics and is also useful in safety systems or as an infrared replacement.
>The connection to the BASIC Stamp microcontroller or other programmable controller is a breeze: A single (common) I/O pin is used to remove the ping sensor and "raise" it to the echo-circulation pulse. A built-in three-pole pin header allows the PING)))) to be plugged into a lube-free PCB (e.g. on a boot bot) and connected to the host via a standard three-pole servo extension cable.
- Range: 2 cm to 3 meters (~.75" to 10')
- Supply voltage: 5V +/-10% (Absolute: minimum 4.5V, maximum 6V)
- Supply current: 30 mA typical, 35 mA maximum
- 3-pole interface (power, ground, signal)
- 20 mA current consumption
- Narrow acceptance angle
- Simple pulse input and output communication
- The indicator LED indicates the current measurement.
- Input trigger: positive TTL pulse, minimum 2 µs, typical 5 µs
- Echo pulse: positive TTL pulse, 115 µs to 18.5 ms
- Echo delay: 750 µs from trigger pulse drop
- Burst frequency: 40 kHz for 200 µs
- Size: 22 mm H x 46 mm W x 16 mm T (0.85 in x 1.8 in x 0.6 in)
|Shipping weight:||0,01 Kg|