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.
- Packs and sensor sets
- Accelerometers and inclination sensors
- Gyroscopes and IMU
- Compass sensors
- Vision sensors and cameras
- Touch and flex sensors
- Distance, proximity and laser sensors
- GPS, barometers and altimeter sensors
- Real Time Clocks
- Temperature and humidity sensors
- Motion sensors
- Light and color sensors
- Biological and chemical sensors
- Sound sensors
There are 116 products.
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!
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.
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.
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.