Actuators are devices that convert one type of measurement to another, for example, through the inclusion in the motion of the object caused by the supply signal (most often in the form of electric current or voltage corresponding to the threshold value, causing the actuation of an actuator), operating the object sensor. The result is change in the object in the form of, for example, create heat, the translational motion of mechanical parts, commissioning of the lighting, or audible warning signal. We offer modules series actuators Grove, will help You in creating an interesting and practical devices, for example, the building automation.
Module from the Grove series, is a combination of 3-axis digital gyroscope, accelerometer and compass. It allows you to measure acceleration, magnetic field and angular velocity in the configurable ranges. It communicates via the I2C bus or SPI, it is supplied with the voltage of 3.3 V.
3-axis digital compass from the Grove series. It is designed for measuring the acceleration along three axes in the range +/- 16 gr. The module is supplied with the voltage from 3V to 5 V. It communicates via the I2C bus.
Module with 3-axis accelerometer on the basis of the layout of the MMA7660FC with digital output I2C interface and Grove connectors. The MEMS sensor is characterized by low energy consumption and low profile. The module can detect the change in the orientation of the position and gestures of the pine trees INT. Voltage supply from 3 V to 5 V.
Vibration sensor with flexible plastic piezoelectric sensor LDT0-028. It is supplied with 5V, works with modules from Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other microcomputers/controllers. Flexible sensor leads to the generation voltage. Range (0.001 Hz to 1000 MHz) can be adjusted using the built-in potentiometer. The kit also includes a cable Grove.
The Grove module 3-axis digital accelerometer ±16g with low power consumption. This is a 12-bit digital triaxial sensor that detects the acceleration and movement. Based on the chip BMA400. Supply voltage of 3.3 V to 5 V. the Set includes the cable Grove.
Module from the accelerometer Grove-3-axis linear accelerometer with a low power consumption chip H3LIS331DL, which belongs to the family of nano. Has a standard digital output I2C. The module is powered by the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V. Grove Cable contained in the package.
3-axis digital compass Grove with a series based on Bosch BMM150. Designed to measure magnetic field in three perpendicular axes. Data can be read using I2C and SPI. Supply voltage of 3.3 V to 5 V. the Set includes the cable Grove.
Module with 3-axis accelerometer based on MMA7660FC. Allows you to measure acceleration along three axes in the range ± 1.5 g. The module communicates via the interface I2C, power from 3 Volts to 5.5 Volts.
3-axis accelerometer capable of measuring acceleration range: ± 2 g, ± 4 g, ± 8 g, ± 16 g. Communicates through interface I2C, SPI or GPIO ADC. Has the ability to adjust the measurement error caused by temperature change. Powered from 3 Volts to 5 Volts. Fitted with Grove connectors, which facilitates the connection of it with the pad of the Base Shield.
The module is based on the Bosch sensor BMA456 that can perform the function of a pedometer. BMA456 is a small 3-axis acceleration sensor. There are some Grove connectors, the kit includes compatible cable. Communicates through an I2C interface. Voltage supply from 3.3 V to 5 V.
Module with high sensitivity vibration sensor from Grove series. When the sensor is at rest, the output of the output transmitted is at a constant high signal (high) and the time of detection of the oscillations is changed to the low (low). Sensitivity can be adjusted using the potentiometer located on the board. The module is fully compatible with Arduino.
6 - axis accelerometer and compass stamps Grove. Features a three axis magnetometer and three axis accelerometer and 16-bit output. You can use it in a simple way with the microcontroller through the SPI or I2C port.
The module is equipped with 6-axis accelerometer and gyroscope-based system LSM6DS3 with built-in power supply regulator. Allows you to measure the size 6: acceleration X, Y, Z and angular velocity X, Y, Z. Grove connector facilitates the connection of the plate with the plate Base Shield. The module operates from a voltage of 3.3 V or 5 V.
The module from Grove series, designed for 9-deegre inertial navigation (IMU). It acts as a gyroscope, accelerometer and electronic compass. It allows you to measure angular rotation x/y/z, acceleration x/y/z magnetic field x/y/z. The product is fully compatible with the Arduino.
Single-axis analog accelerometer of ± 100g (ADXL1001) with very low noise level and high frequency. Accelerometer is of industrial class MEMS, which is based on the system of ADI ADXL1001. Grove cable is in the kit.
The powerful 6 - axis sensor combines a three-axis 16 - bit accelerometer and 16 - bit triaxial gyroscope brand Grove. You can use it, among other things, the application of drones and robotics in challenging conditions.
The sensor is a combination of 3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer and baroskopu. The module includes a system MPU9250 and BMP280. Allows you to measure acceleration, magnetic field, angular rate and pressure. Communicates through an I2C interface. Is supplied with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V.
The sensor device work on the principle of conversion from the original physical quantity (e.g. temperature), the measured signal voltages and the actuators convert the signal voltage corresponding to a physical process, depending on the design and purpose on the actuator. For the measuring system, the output signal from the sensor is the source of the input information, while aktuator is triggered by the output signal from the measuring system. Magnetometers, microphones, cameras, buttons, and potentiometers is an example of a device sensor, which provides information on the entrance. In turn, LEDs, motor drivers, speakers, or lasers belong to the group of actuators.
One of the most popular examples of Executive bodies in practice, is a stepper motor, which controls the speed of rotation and direction of rotation is to be made by feeding pulses and the bridge of the “H”. A stepper motor can be used in devices in which exactly defines the position of the object, for example, a robot arm. With the help of the Executive bodies of the Grove, you can also build a game console, equipped with a vibrating alarm as well as a training platform that will help to physically describe the exposure to electromagnetic fields and the principle of operation of machines and devices operating on the basis of the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction. And the motor module DC wiatraczkiem together with the control unit, based on the Atmega168, in addition, will allow you to start the game with the management of the Grove and not only.