Tutorial: How to Use Analog Ultrasonic Distance Sensor US-016 With Arduino UNO

Introduction: Tutorial: How to Use Analog Ultrasonic Distance Sensor US-016 With Arduino UNO

Description:

US-016 ultrasonic starting module allows 2 cm ~ 3 m non-measurement capabilities, supply voltage 5 V, operating current 3.8mA, support analog output voltage, stable and reliable. This module may be different varies depending on the application of the scenario (maximum measurement range for each 1 m and 3 m); When the range of pin floating range is 3 meters.US-016 measuring distance can be converted to analog output voltage, the output voltage is proportional to the measured distance.

Feature:

  • Working voltage: DC 5V
  • Working Current: 3.8mA
  • Operating temperature: 0 to + 70 degrees
  • Output: Analog (0 ~ vcc)
  • Induction angle: less than 15 degrees
  • Detection distance: 2 cm-300 cm
  • Accuracy: 0.3 cm + 1%
  • Resolution: 1 mmModule
  • Size: 45mm * 20mm * 1.2mm

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Step 1: Material Preparation

The photo above show the material needed in this tutorial:

  1. High Precision Analog Ultrasonic Distance Sensor (US-016)
  2. Arduino UNO
  3. Jumper Wire

Step 2: Follow the Video

Step 3: Source Code

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