Infrared Tiny Adjustable 3 - 100cm Sensor Switch
Infrared Tiny Adjustable 3 - 100cm Sensor Switch - This is a new version of infrared distance switch. It has small size and higher ranging, it is able to detect ranging from 3cm to 100cm. It is tiny, easy to use/assemble, and inexpensive. Useful for robotics, interactive media, industrial assembly line, etc.
- Power supply: 3.8v-5.5v
- Current(5v): 6mA
- Range: 3-100cm adjustable
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The functionality of Infrared Tiny Adjustable 3 - 100cm Sensor Switch
Most frequently, infrared (IR) sensors are employed in wireless technology for remote control features and obstacle detection. It is a straightforward electronic device that produces and detects infrared (IR) radiation to identify nearby objects or barriers. He is capable of sensing heat and motion. Infrared light, which has wavelengths between 0.75 m and 1 mm and is found between the visible and microwave spectrums, is used by IR sensors. The infrared region can be felt on the skin as a warm sensation even though it is invisible to the human eye.
The electronic senses that respond in these regions are one of the categories of IR radiation.
- Near Infrared (NIR) – the distance between the silicon response and the end of the human eye's feeling is between 0.7 μm and 1.0 μm.
- Shortwave Infrared Area (SWIR) – From the silicon response to the "atmospheric window" region, which is covered by the InGaAs transistor at a frequency of roughly 1.8 m, the wavelength range is 1.0 µm to 3 µm.
- Medium wave Infrared Area (MWIR) – 3- to 5-meter "atmospheric window" region; InSb, HgCdTe, and partially PbSe semiconductors are present there.
- Longwave Infrared Area (LWIR) – HgCdTe transistors and microbolometers cover the range from 8 to 12 or 7 to 14 micrometers.
- Very Longwave Infrared Area (VLWIR) – Covered in silicon with impurities from 12 doms to 30 m.
Application of IR sensors
IR sensors are used in most of today’s equipment:
- Radiation thermometers – The temperature and nature of the object affect how they operate. They may take samples and perform measurements without coming into physical touch with the object, which results in a quicker reaction and simpler measurements.
- Human body detection – The alarm system detects the temperature of the human body. The alert sounds if the temperature exceeds the limit value.
- Item counter – Radiation between the transmitter and receiver is kept constant. The item is identified as soon as it crosses the radiation, and the number rises. On the display, the same number is displayed.
- Burglar alarm – The transmitter and receiver are located on either side of the door frame, and it functions similarly to an item counter. An alarm is triggered when an object enters the path of the constant radiation between the transmitter and receiver.
- Proximity sensor – these sensors are used in cell phones to measure an object's distance.
- Other – Additional equipment, such as infrared cameras, night vision equipment, humidity monitors, optical power meters, sorting devices, missile guiding systems, remote sensing systems, etc.