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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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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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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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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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Ultrasonic distance sensor HC-SR04

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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 new Grove Starter Kit has arrived! For this new version of the Starter Kit Plus, Seeed Studio has introduced numerous improvements and updates that should be warmly welcomed by Grove aficionados and novices alike.

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With its new version of the camera sensor, Charmed Labs offers you a smaller and faster sensor to equip your creation! With its improved software and new mode, the Pixy2 camera sensor could become your new favorite accessory for your robots!

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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 GrovePi+ Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi will allow you to discover a few of the 100 sensors and other devices that can be connected to a Raspberry Pi board. The start of a great adventure!

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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 Raspberry Pi’s dedicated camera module has just evolved! Discover the OmniBSI technology and rediscover the thrill of high-quality images...

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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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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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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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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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Infrared distance sensor for your mobile robots

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The TF Mini Micro LiDAR Range Finder combines a satisfyingly small size, low price and min-consumption. And in terms of performance, you’ll be delighted with its reliability and accuracy, both indoors and out.

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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 famous ultrasonic sonar sensor PING))) from Parallax with mounting kit and servo motor for Pan / Tilt

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The I2C Barometric Sensor by Adafruit is an all-in-one module with which you can measure pressure, altitude and temperature without having to perform time-consuming calculations!

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The Flex Sensor 4.5”, compatible with Aruduino Uno, was said to be inside the original Nintendo’s Power Glove, released in 1989, pretty cool!

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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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Sonar sensor compatible with all the Parallax robots : Boe-bot, Sumobot and StingRay

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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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