Introducing the "Lonely Binary Infrared Tracking Sensor 4 Channel Module" – it's not just a sensor; it's your guiding light in the world of automation, handcrafted by the tech sorcerers at "Lonely Binary"! Get ready to embark on an obstacle-detecting adventure like no other.
Picture this: you're in the realm of automation, building Smart Cars, robots, and other cool contraptions. What's the secret sauce behind their smart moves? It's this nifty sensor module – your trusty sidekick for detecting obstacles in style. And yes, it's as adaptable as a chameleon at a color-changing contest, thanks to its ambient light awareness.
Now, let's talk about its magic wand – the module boasts a pair of infrared transmitting LED and IR receiver. Like a superhero duo, the LED sends out special IR signals that bounce back when they encounter obstacles (think of it as a game of laser tag with robots). The IR receiver catches these signals, and with a little help from its comparator circuit buddies, it spits out digital signals like a pro – a.k.a., a low-voltage level signal.
And guess what? When this module spots obstacles, it's not shy about it – a red indicator lights up, and the OUT port enthusiastically keeps belting out low-voltage level signals. It's like a disco party for robots, and "Lonely Binary" is the DJ!
But here's where it gets even cooler – you're in control of the detection distance! Thanks to a handy potentiometer, you can tweak it to your heart's content. Turn it clockwise for more detection distance or counterclockwise to dial it down. It's like having a volume knob for robot awareness.
Now, a little tip – the size and color of the objects you're detecting matter. Small and black items get detected close up, while big and white ones are like VIPs with the maximum detection distance. It's like the sensor has a guest list for obstacles!
But wait, there's more – this sensor isn't just for show. Its output port can directly connect to your SCM IO port, or it can be the driving force behind a 5V relay module or buzzer module. It's a multi-talented star in the world of automation.
Whether you're into robot obstacle avoidance, car obstacle shenanigans, assembly line counting, or black-and-white line tracking, this sensor has your back. It's your secret weapon for automation greatness, brought to you by the tech maestros at "Lonely Binary."
Don't miss out on this chance to infuse your projects with "Lonely Binary" magic. Grab your sensor module today and let the obstacle-detecting adventures begin!
Note: Do not put probe toward sunlight. Sunlight will cause interference to module. Sensitivity should not be regulated excessively high because high sensitivity can easily lead to false trigger.
|Working Voltage||3.3V-5V DC|
|Mounting Hole Diameter||3mm|
|Net Weight||14.5 g|
|Dimension||(L) 15 mm x (W) 7 mm x (H) 6 mm|
What’s in the Box
- 1 x Infrared Tracking Sensor 4 Channel Module
- Australia Orders over $55 - Your order will enjoy free shipping via Australia Post Standard Shipping Services.
- International Orders over $99 - Your order will be posted via Australia Post Air Mail Services.
Raspberry Pi board / Micro:bit board / NVIDIA board will be excluded; All PCB orders will not enjoy free shipping. Distributors and wholesale orders are not eligible for free shipping.
At this time, LONELY BINARY is an online-only business, with our products available through lonelybinary.com. This allows us to keep the cost down for the customer. Orders cannot be picked up.
We ship Australia wide to all addresses, including PO Box, Parcel Locker, etc.All Australian orders will be shipped via Australia Post, Courier Please or Fastway Couriers (Aramex). International Orders will be shipped via Australia Post or DHL. Your order will be shipped within one business day after we receive payment, providing the items are in stock.
Sent via standard Australia Post stamped letter mail, typically 5-9 business days. No tracking/support available other than confirmation of dispatch.
Sent via Australia Post Express Service, Fastway Courier or Courier Please, 1 – 2 business days for metro orders, potentially longer for orders outside of metro zones, with full tracking.
Non-metro addresses in WA, NT, SA & TAS can take 2+ days in addition to the above information.
Shipping costs for international orders vary depending on location and package size, where possible we have kept this to flat rate charges to reduce confusion. International orders are shipped through Australia Post and DHL courier service depending on the most economical at the time.
|Shipping Method via||Delivery Area||Delivery Time(business day)||Tracking No.||Weight Limit|
|western EU||2-3||YES||No Limit|
|eastern EU||3-5||YES||No Limit|
|North America||2-3||YES||No Limit|
|South America||3-5||YES||No Limit|
|South Africa||3-5||YES||No Limit|