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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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This Infrared Reflectance Sensor Array comprises a QTR-8RC line sensor module, which can also be used to detect objects or reflective surfaces. It is ideal for making your mobile robots truly smart and independent, or for any other project requiring this type of measurement.

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The SparkFun accelerometer for RedBot robot allows you to refine the perception of your robot's movements on the x, y or z axis.

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This digital infrared proximity sensor from Pololu detects objects between 0.5 and 5 cm. Its main characteristics are a quick response time, a small size, low current draw and a compact carrier PCB that makes it easy to integrate into your project.

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This digital infrared proximity sensor from Pololu detects objects between 2 and 10 cm. Its main characteristics are a quick response time, a small size, low current draw and a compact carrier PCB that makes it easy to integrate into your project.

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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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The Grove environment sensor provides you with concrete temperature and humidity measurements of a quite satisfactory precision and sensitivity. It’s great value for money!

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This 4tronix ultrasonic sensor has a connector compatible with the BitBot XL micro:bit programmable robot.

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In need of a truly precise temperature sensor? Check out the high precision I2C Temperature Sensor MCP9808 and its breakout board, you won’t be disappointed!

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Add whiskers to your RedBot robot to avoid any obstacles!

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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 Grove-compatible SEN10737P Ultrasonic Ranger is a precise, effective measuring tool that uses ultrasonic transducer technology. It is connected to your Arduino via a Grove board for easy prototyping.

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

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Ultrasonic distance sensor HC-SR04

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Like all the Grove sensors, this Grove Temperature Sensor is easy to use with the help of a Grove shield. Thanks to an LCD screen and an Arduino board, it will let you measure and display the temperature at a certain spot.

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Install a SparkFun line follower module on your RedBot robot and organize your first robotic rallies.

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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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