Sensors

One of the main characteristic of a robot is to perceive the world around him and also to obtain information on himself. These proprioceptive data and the information it retrieves on what surrounds it, the robot will use it to move and to manipulate its environment ... The degree of autonomy of the robot is dependent on the program and algorithms that were provided to him and underlying information from its sensors.

In this category you will find the sensors that you need to give your robot so that your program can make your 'intelligent' robot can. Many sensors are available here.

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The RPLIDAR A2 is the new-generation 360° laser scanner developed by Slamtec for amateur mobile-robot designers. More affordable than the similar products offered by its competitors, it guarantees you a robot having more than satisfactory precision of movement.

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The sensor pack 900 contains 9 common sensors to learn about sensor reading in electronics.

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This easily installed and simple to use Grove-compatible module uses a passive infrared sensor to detect movement.

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The SEN04051P 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer is an Arduino-compatible Grove module, ideal for equipping your mobile robots or any other project requiring high-precision orientation information!

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The Flex Sensor 2.2” was inspired by the Spectra Symbol technology, which also claims to be at the origin of Nintendo’s Power Glove – so you can see why such a sensor can be lot of fun!

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What if you swapped your good old 150-mm Raspberry Pi camera ribbon cable for a slightly longer, but just as effective ribbon cable? The 200-mm Flex Cable sold by Adafruit will help you take a step back!

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SparkFun has launched its I2C-compatible Real Time Clock Module so you can keep an accurate track of not only the hours but also the days, months and years that pass. It’s also compatible with Arduino, which goes without saying!

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The UM7 Orientation Sensor from Redshift Labs offers a complete and sophisticated IMU with an extended Kalman filter to produce more accurate estimates.

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This sensor measures the level of LPG (propane) in the air.

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The TSL2561 digital light sensor is a very versatile sensor that works with many types of lighting and can be used in different configurations.

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Designed to fit the Grove system and drivable from Arduino, this sound sensor is fitted with an electret microphone and LM386 amplifier.

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Are you looking for a small GPS receiver that’s able to provide you with accurate navigation assistance without delay, whatever project you have in mind? The GP-635T GPS module by Sparkfun gets the job done very discreetly!

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