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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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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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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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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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The SI1145 Visible Light Sensor is equipped with UV and IR sensors to accurately measure the level of UV radiation in any type of light. Born of a fruitful partnership between SiLabs and Adafruit!

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Equip your DIY projects with a Grove-compatible 3-Axis Digital Compass Module, and enjoy the precision of its magneto-resistive sensors.

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

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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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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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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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The DMS-80 distance sensors offers to your Bioloid or Dynamixel mobile robots to measure distances and therefore to detect obstacles.

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There are lots of projects that use motion detection, and the PIR sensor by Adafruit will allow you to carry them all out quickly, simply and with a minimum of clutter!

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Room for manoeuvre is important when working on prototyping and development projects. The Open Parts Library-Basic v2 provides a hundred or so different electronic components so you can create, adapt, and repair your creations to your heart’s content.

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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 300-mm Flex Cable sold by Adafruit will help you take a step back!

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This reflectance sensor for Zumo robot includes six infrared emitteur-receivers to let your Zummo robot follow a line or detect the edge of an arena.

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The MPU-6050 module has an embedded MEMS (3-axis gyroscope) and a 3-axis accelerometer within the same DMP circuit to provide you with extremely accurate navigation information and move your mobile robot, motorised vehicle or drone forward without error!

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Why “Ultimate”? Because Adafruit is convinced that this 66-channel version 3 of the GPS Module really is the “ultimate” for all future users! You can judge for yourself – but there’s no denying the Ultimate GPS Module has what it takes to please.

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The Pololu Force-Sensing Resistor is an electronics accessory you’ll quickly find essential for all projects requiring detection of exerted force or pressure. Ideal for a touch-sensitive project!

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Infrared distance sensor for your mobile robots

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With this “hat” for Raspberry Pi designed by Adafruit, you always know exactly where your microcontroller is, at any time of the day or night.

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Connect your Sharp infrared distance sensor on your robot using this fixation kit

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The micro:bit Tinker Kit is a fun learning solution for those new to programming, to help them get their first sound, light and mobile projects off the ground.

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The Grove SEN51035P module is a professional-quality temperature and humidity sensor equipped with an NTC thermistor and a capacitive sensor with a digital output.

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Extremely sensitive and highly economical, you’ll find this Grove 6-axis accelerometer and gyroscope very useful for robotics and IoT projects.

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