Flame Analog Sensor Gravity
Flame Analog Sensor Gravity - Flame Analog Sensor Gravity. The flame sensor can be used to detect fire or other wavelength at 760 nm ~ 1100 nm light. In the fire-fighting robot game, the flame plays an important role in the probe, which can be used as the robot's eyes to find fire source or football. It can make use of fire-fighting robots, soccer robots.
Flame sensor probe angle of 60 degrees, the special sensitivity of the flame spectrum, two M3 mounting holes to stabilize the module will not spin.
The flame sensor's operating temperature is -25 degrees Celsius to 85 degrees Celsius, in the course of the flame it should be noted that the probe distance from the flame should not be too close inorder to avoid damage.
Frequently asked questions about Flame Analog Sensor Gravity
Q1: what exactly is the analog flame sensor?
A particular kind of sensor module called the Flame Analogue Sensor Gravity is made to look for fire or flames. It is a sensor module from the Gravity series that is simple to use and appropriate for a range of microcontrollers and development boards.
Q2: What is the operation of the Flame Analogue Sensor Gravity?
To detect the infrared radiation released by flames, the Flame Analogue Sensor Gravity generally uses an infrared (IR) receiver module. A photodiode or other similar component in the sensor module detects the exact wavelengths of IR light that a flame releases when it is present. The module then transforms the observed light into an analog voltage signal so that a microcontroller or other suitable device may read and interpret it.
Q3: What are the Flame Analogue Sensor Gravity's primary uses?
There are several uses for the Flame Analogue Sensor Gravity when fire detection is required. Fire alarm systems, industrial flame monitoring, fire-fighting robots, and fire safety gear are a few such uses.
Q 4: How precise is the Flame Analogue Sensor Gravity at seeing flames?
The individual module and its design can have an impact on the Flame Analogue Sensor Gravity's accuracy. These sensors may be susceptible to other infrared radiation sources, such as heat sources or sunshine, even though they can successfully detect fires. When employing the sensor in a certain application, it is crucial to take into account its features and restrictions.
Q5: Should I take any special safety measures when using the Flame Analogue Sensor Gravity?
It is crucial to adhere to safety precautions while working with fire or other potentially dangerous conditions. Let’s read about some common safety measures to think about:
- Avoid immediately exposing the sensor module to flames. To prevent the module from being damaged, use the proper shielding or mounting techniques.
- Check that the cabling and power supply are securely attached and shielded to avoid short circuits or other electrical risks.
- Combine the sensor module with the proper fire protection tools, such as sprinkler systems or fire extinguishers.
- To guarantee the sensor module's dependability and accuracy, regularly examine and repair it.
- Comply with any extra safety instructions that the Flame Analogue Sensor Gravity module's manufacturer may give.
For details on particular safety recommendations about the manufacturer's sensor module, please refer to the paperwork and instructions supplied.
- Wide voltage range from 3.3V to 5V
- Standard assembling structure (two 3mm holes with multiple of 5cm 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
- Supply Voltage: 3.3V to 5V
- Detection range: 20cm (4.8V) ~ 100cm (1V)
- Rang of Spectral Bandwidth : 760nm to 1100nm
- Responsive time : 15us
- Interface: Analog
- Size:22x30mm (0.87x1.18in)