The control panel is a key element in most industrial applications, and automotive. Together with the increasing complexity of the control and depending on external conditions (including environmental), the traditional control panel interface is equipped with buttons and switches may be insufficient, and, moreover, make it difficult to manage a specific process. One solution to this problem is the use of proximity sensors that respond to gestykulację operator. In this role, perfectly suited to the Grove sensor modules, which react to movement and gestykulację person.
Module from the Grove series, is equipped with a gesture sensor PAJ7620U2 with I2C interface. It can recognize 9 basic gestures. It is powered with the voltage of 5 V. It has a digital output, making it compatible with most of the commissioning modules, including Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
Module from the Grove series is based on a reflective sensor RPR-220. It consists of LED emitting the infrared light and phototransistor of high sensitivity. It is supplied with the voltage of 5 V. The range is from 0 to 45 mm. It has a digital output, making it compatible with most commissioning modules, including Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
Module from the Grove is equipped with the reflective sensor RS-06WD. It consists of LED emitting the infrared light and phototransistor of high sensitivity. It is supplied with the voltage of 5 V. It has a digital output, making it compatible with most of the commissioning modules, including Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
The motion sensor, type PIR with the interface compatible with the Grove series. The object detection is indicated digitally - through the high status on SIG pin. The range of the sensor is 2 meters. The kit also includes the Grove cable.
Motion sensor type PIR interface is compatible with Grove series. Object detection is indicated by a digital position in a high pin SIG. The range can be set within the range of from 0.1 to 6 m and a response time of between 0.3 and 25 seconds. The sensor is compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other microcomputers/controllers. The kit also...
Adjustable motion PIR sensor with an interface compatible with the Grove series. It's a simple to use passive infrared sensor. Object detection is indicated digitally - via high status on a SIG pin. The range can be set within the distance from 0.1 to 3 m and the response time of up to 130 s. The sensor is compatible with Arduino,...
Module from the Grove series is based on a reflective sensor ITR9909. It consists of LED emitting the infrared light and phototransistor of high sensitivity. It is supplied with the voltage of 5 V. The range is from 75 to 400 mm. It has a digital output, making it compatible with most commissioning modules, including Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
Laser distance sensor VL53L0X to achieve measurement technology Time of Flight. Equipped with led, emitting a beam with a length of 940 nm. It can measure distance from 3 cm to 100 cm with a resolution of 1 mm. is Equipped with a connector Grove, communicates through an I2C interface. Supply voltage is from 3.3 V to 5 V.
The module is equipped with a sensor TMG39931, which is designed to measure light, color and distance, and also recognizes gestures. On the Board is Grove connector, providing a simple connection of the module with base plate for Arduino. For communication it uses the popular interface I2C. The module operates from a voltage of 3.3 V or 5 V.
Sensor PIR motion detector that makes use of IR LEDs. Allows you to generate the output low or high. For correct operation do not require the Arduino libraries. Detects motion in a range from 3.2 m to 12m. Is supplied with the voltage from 3 V to 5 V. Applied Grove connector allows easy connection of sensor to overlay the base Base Shield.
Gesture sensor based on chip part no mgc3130, which allows the Raspberry Pi to track movement and gestures. The sensor is divided into the area inside and around his waist, serving to determine the direction of movement. Tarcza recognize even small movement. The sensor communicates with the Raspberry Pi using the I2C interface.
The first implementation of device sensors for contactless control, has been used for the detection of an approaching object toward the sensor, and in response sends a signal triggering to start the corresponding process. Automatic, soap dispenser, lighting ganków on construction sites, hand dryers, devices, ancillary Parking in the car using contactless sensors as input information. For this purpose, distance sensors, the circuit resemble the dip switches, and sensors gestures that recognize movement gestykulacyjne operator in three dimensions, and thus allow you to manipulate objects in an intuitive way. Management gestykulacyjne allows the user to also fit the answers of the managed object within the range of the movement performed viewed through the sensor. This is one of the key functions in the systems to support the games and videos.
System for contactless control in a complex video game consoles use lasers and special cameras that capture the movements of the player. Due to the possibility of detection of various simple movements, simple motion sensors have found application in ELECTRONICS devices, electrical musical instruments, as well as in the automotive industry. For example, changing the radio station in a non-contact, require swipe hand left or right side, in the field of view of the sensor. A volume adjustment may be performed by close-up or distance your hand from the sensor. In such applications, the most technically convenient and affordable option is the use of infrared light sensors (IR). One of the simplest images, the IR sensors consist of two diodes that emit infrared light (emitter) and located between the IR receiver. Radiation received from the IR emitter, as a rule, has the characteristics of high directivity. When machasz hand from the transmitter sensor the IR radiation reflected from the surface of the light radiation is detected by the IR receiver will be marked by a change in intensity proportional to, the movement - for example, performing a hand movement from left to right of the sensor, the amplitude of the signal from the IR emitter will change and similarly in the opposite direction of movement of the hand. Then, the sensor IR radiation sends a signal to the microcontroller, which with preset program analyzes the input data for the execution speed of the gesture and its kinds and directions, and then depending on these factors, sends control signals to the appropriate output devices.