Toturial : How to Use Motion Sensor Module by Using Arduino Uno

Introduction: Toturial : How to Use Motion Sensor Module by Using Arduino Uno

Description:

This tutorial will shows you a few simple steps about how to use Motion Sensor Module by using Arduino Uno. At the end of this tutorial, you will get a result of comparison when the sensor can detect a motion and could not detect any movement. .

escription:HC-SR505 Mini PIR Motion Sensor is based on infrared technology, with automatic control, high sensitivity, high reliability, ultra-small and ultra-low-voltage operation mode. Because of the minimum size and low-power operation mode, it is widely used in various auto-sensing of electrical equipment, especially battery-powered automatic control products. Small size makes it easy to apply to real applications commonly found in appliances and gadgets used in homes or businesses .

Features:

  • High sensitive and reliable, work under super low voltage
  • Based on advanced infrared automatic control technology
  • Sensor module will be automatically triggered when someone enters its detection range
  • Small size for easy operation

Specification:

  • Operating Voltage Range: DC4.5-20V
  • Static Current: <60uA
  • Output Level:
    • High = 3.3V
    • Low = 0V
  • Trigger: Repeatable Trigger (Default)
  • Delay Time: Default 8 seconds +-30%
  • PCB Dimensions: 10 x 23mm
  • Induction Angle: <100 Degree Cone Angle
  • Induction Distance: within 3 meters
  • Working Temperature: -20 - +80 degrees
  • Sensor Lens Diameter: 10mm
  • Dimensions: 1.57 x 0.51 x 0.39" / 4 x 1.3 x 1cm (L x W x H)
  • Color: White
  • Weight: 5g
  • Material: Aluminum Alloy & PlasticBase
  • Type: E06

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