Sound Sensor

 99.00  116.82,

  1. Operating voltage range: 3.3V – 5V
  2. Operating current: 4 to 5 mA (at Vcc= 5 V)
  3. Voltage gain: 26 dB (at V=6 V, f=1 kHz)
  4. Microphone sensitivity: 52 to 48 dB (at f=1 kHz)
  5. Microphone impedance: 2.2 kΩ
  6. Microphone frequency: 16 to 20 kHz
  7. Microphone S/N Ratio: 54 dB
  8. Inbuilt potentiometer
  9. Grove compatible interface
  10. Minimum external parts

10 in stock

Description

It detects the sound intensity of the environment. It is a simple microphone based on the LM386 amplifier and an electret microphone. The output of this module is analog so that you can easily sample and test it by a Seeeduino or an Arduino. The sensor also comes with a potentiometer, so you can adjust the value of output by varying it.This sensor is very useful for the GoPiGo & GrovePi System; moreover, it allows your GrovePi or GoPiGo robot car to listen to sound strength, so you can control it to take a picture or move around based on changes in noise!

Features:

  1. High microphone sensitivity
  2. Minimum external parts
  3. Inbuilt potentiometer
  4. Grove compatible interface

Additional information

Weight .005 kg
Dimensions 6.8 × 4.5 × 2 cm

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