On offer are Botland sensors, performing the measurement of light and measurement of the spectrum for color recognition, allow you to build a variety of interesting diagnostic devices (such as, for example, weather station) and lighting control systems depending on the optical conditions of the environment. In our offer you will find also sensors UV radiation. Sensor modules of the lighting and colors are present in the I2C bus, which allows them to cooperate with platforms such as BeagleBone, Raspberry Pi or Arduino.
A digital sensor measures the ambient light intensity. It has a linear spectral characteristic in the light range visible to the human eye. The module is powered with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V, it communicates via I2C, it is working in a dynamic range from 1 to 1000000. It is 30 times more sensitive than the modules TSL2561.
Module with color sensor that enables a measurement of the RGB components, the output is the frequency depend on the intensity of the selected color. It is supported by any microcontroller or the commissioning set, including Arduino.
Module with sensor of the range of the ultraviolet light UV VEML6075. The detection range of the UVA is from 320 nm to 400 nm and band UVB, is from 280 nm to 320 nm. It communicates via the I2C bus (connector Qwiic), it is powered with the voltage from 1.7 to 3.6 V.
Inspection sensor also known as a spectrophotometer. The module contains three spectral sensors AS7265x with LED, UV and IR diodes. The board has such sensors as AS72651, AS72652 and AS72653 and can detect light from 410 nm (UV) to 940 nm (IR). In addition, 18 individual frequencies of light can be measured with a precision of up to 28.6 MW / cm2...
The module is equipped with a sensor of spectrum, i.e. the spectrum of visible light and NIR (near infrared light) that allows you to measure and describe how various materials absorb and reflect light waves. The sensor communicates using I2C interface and UART using AT command. It has two connectors Qwiic, 1 mm pitch.
The module is equipped with a sensor of spectrum, i.e. the spectrum of visible light, allows you to measure and to characterize how different materials absorb and reflect light waves. The sensor communicates using the I2C and UART using AT command. It has two connectors Qwiic, pitch of 1 mm.
Module with sensor that measures the light intensity of the environment, enables the detection of proximity of an object and recognize hand gestures. With this sensor, you can control the device by waving. The system operates with a voltage of 3.3 V, and communicates over I2C.
An analog sensor measures the ambient light intensity. It works just like a regular transistor - the greater the intensity of the incident light, the higher the output voltage. The sensor is powered with the voltage of 5 V.
Module from the Grove series is equipped with a sensor LS06-S. The sensor allows to determine the intensity of the light and reflects the analog voltage signal back to Arduino. The beam's length is 540 nm. The supply voltage ranges from 3 V to 5 V. The sensor communicates via an analog signal, making it compatible with most...
Module from the Groveseries, equipped with the APDS-9002 system. The sensor measures the intensity of ambient light. The module is powered with the voltage from 2.4 V to 5.5 V, it communicates using the analog method via the signal voltage from 0 V to 2.3 V. The maximum read speed is 1000 Lux. It has an analog output what makes it compatible with Arduino.
Multisensor has six different sensors: motion (PIR), light, vibrations, temperature, humidity and UV, all enclosed in a compact case 46 x 46 x 40 mm. The Ssnsor operates using 2 CR123A batteries or microUSB cable 5V/0,5A. The sensor works with all popular systems, such as Z-Wave Domoticz, and so on.
Module from the Grove series is equipped with a sensor LM358. The sensor allows to determine the intensity of the light and reflects the analog voltage signal back to Arduino. The range of the light is from 1 lux to 350 lux. The supply voltage is 5 V. The sensor communicates via an analog signal, making it compatible with most...
Module from the Grove series, allowing you to make the function to determine the color of ambient light. Applied sensor is the TCS34725 with a LED backlight and a built-in IR filter. It communicates via the I2C bus. It works with a supply voltage up to 3.3 V to 5 V.
Module from Grove with a digital sensor measuring the light intensity of the environment. It has a linear spectral response in the visible light range to the human eye. The module is supplied with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V, communicates via I2C, working in a dynamic range from 1 to 40 000 Lux.
Miniature module containing the accelerometer, light sensor and temperature sensor. It is equipped with a 32-bit microcontroller Cortex M0 STM32F030F4, having 16 KB of Flash memory, 4 KB of SRAM. The module communicates via I2C, it is supplied with the voltage of 3.3 V to 6 V.
Miniature digital proximity and light sensor from OSRAM. It detects objects at a distance of up to 160 mm and also light in the range from 0,0022 lx to lx 73000. It has a built in IR transmitter. It communicates via an I2C bus, it operates with a maximum voltage of up to 4.5 V.
Digital sensor connecting proximity measurement with the time-of-flight method and the ability to measure the intensity of ambient light. Works in range up to 200 cm with 1 mm resolution. Communicates through the I2C bus (TWi), is supplied with the voltage from 2.6 to 5.5 V.
Digital sensor connecting the proximity measurement via the time-of-flight method and the ability to measure the intensity of ambient light. It is working in the range of up to 10 cm with 1 mm resolution. It communicates through the I2C bus (TWi), it is powered with the voltage from 2.7 to 5.5 V.
Module from the Grove series, allowing you to make the function to determine the color of ambient light. Applied sensor BH1745 with a LED backlight and a built-in IR filter. It communicates via the I2C bus. It works with a supply voltage up to 3.3 V to 5 V.
A color sensor determines color of a surface by its exposure, often by using RGB LEDs. Let the color of the object that you see is the result of interaction between the incident on the object light and you, as an observer. In the case of reflected light, the light falling on the object will be totally reflected or partially absorbed, depending on the optical characteristics of the object-for example, the surface is green in color, will absorb a large portion of blue and red, contained in the spectrum, resulting in obserwatorowi will seem greener than it really is. Recognition of colours by their extraction of their constituent colors most often carried out by a method which uses a light source with adjustable color sensor and supply measurement information on the light intensity. Most industrial color sensors, has a built-in white light source and three LEDs, emitting host of the light wave length 580 nm, 540 nm and 450 nm, respectively red, green and blue. This method allows to distinguish full spectrum of colors created from different amounts of these three colors. Color sensors have many uses, including in the definition of environmental parameters, as well as to sort products within their visual identity based on non-ferrous parts.
The store Botland, you will find functional modules from vendors like SparkFun if Adafruit, with which you will be able to build, in particular, the street lighting, which turn on and off can be realized by an analog ambient light sensor TEMT6000, which in case of detection of correspondingly pre-set threshold in the dark”, sends the necessary control signal for the Arduino to run the lighting with a relay of a mediator between the digital output of the microcontroller, and network elektroenergetyczną. In turn, the color sensor TCS34725, based on the classical indicators RGB with IR-cut filter that will allow You to create a smart robot that supports a wide range of colors. The sensor module requires only four wires to connect to Arduino and successfully as well as measuring the color temperature.