Light Ambient Analog Sensor
Light Ambient Analog Sensor - Here comes DFRobot's new Analog Ambient Light Sensor. Brand new design and much more convenient to use.This module help you to detect the light density and reflect the analog voltage signal back to Arduino controller. You can set the threshold of voltage level to trig other unit on Arduino project.
We also use the environment PT550 light sensor and it is more sensitive to light than normal one. Place check following improvement we made. We always devote to bring better user experience.
This sensor can capture little change of light!!
Notice:The new version of analog sensor port pin mapping has been changed as the following two features.Please check the tips for changing sensor cable pin mapping while using the I/O Expansion shield. We will continue to update. For the inconvenience caused, please understand.
Frequently Asked Questions About Light Ambient Analog Sensor.
Q1: What do we mean by the Light Ambient Analogue Sensor?
An electrical device that monitors and detects the presence and intensity of light in the surroundings is called a light ambient analog sensor. The light energy is changed into an electrical signal that may be utilized to operate other systems or devices.
Q2: How does an analog light sensor function?
A photodiode or phototransistor is used by a light ambient analog sensor to detect the light energy in the surrounding area. The sensor then transforms the light energy into an electrical signal that may be amplified and processed by an electronic device such as a microcontroller.
Q3: What advantages can Light Ambient Analogue Sensors offer?
A Light Ambient Analogue Sensor has advantages such as greater comfort, security, and energy economy. You can automate the lighting system in your house or workplace, save energy, and lessen your environmental impact by utilizing a
Light Ambient Analogue Sensor.
Additionally, you can change the lighting to your liking to make the space more comfortable. Light Ambient Analogue Sensors may also be used to detect intruders, improving the security of your house.
Q4: What kinds of Light Ambient Analogue Sensors are there?
Light Ambient Analogue Sensors can be classified into several different categories, including photodiodes, phototransistors, photoresistors, and light-dependent resistors (LDRs). Each type of Light Ambient Analogue Sensors has its pros and cons, as per its usage.
Q5: What factors should you consider while selecting the ideal Light Ambient Analogue Sensor for your use?
You should think about the sensor's sensitivity, reaction time, and spectral range while selecting the best Light Ambient Analogue Sensor for your application. The functioning of the sensor might be impacted by external factors like temperature and humidity, so you should also take them into account.
Q6: What typical uses are there for light ambient analog sensors?
Smart lighting, energy conservation, security, and automated doors and windows are a few common uses for light ambient analog sensors. Additionally, they are utilized in lighting for automobiles, medical equipment, and photography.
Q7: How is a Light Ambient Analogue Sensor calibrated?
You must expose a Light Ambient Analogue Sensor to a recognized light source and measure the output signal to calibrate it. The calibration parameters can then be changed to guarantee that the sensor measures the environment's light intensity appropriately.
- Supply Voltage: 3.3V to 5V
- Illumination range : 1 Lux to 6000 Lux
- Responsive time : 15us
- Interface: Analog
- Analog Ambient Light Sensor x1
- Analog cable 1x
- 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