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

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The SEN07113P Xadow UV Sensor is a very small sensor with high conversion potential for creating small objects sensitive to UV radiation.

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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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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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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 Ellipse 2 Micro INS will open up new autonomous navigation possibilities thanks to its external GNSS satellite positioning system. The development kit is included.

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The Grove GPS Module is a simple and cost-effective way of equipping your project with a navigation tool. Simply connect it to your Grove Base Shield (or Mega Shield), then to Arduino.

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The SparkFun OpenPIR is the Passive Infrared (PIR) open-source sensor of choice in proximity-sensing applications. It offers numerous possibilities in terms of settings for a highly customisable control.

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The UM7 Orientation Sensor from Redshift Labs offers a complete and sophisticated IMU with an extended Kalman filter to produce more accurate estimates.

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A Micro:bit programming board, that’s all very well, but an inventor kit with 12 new projects, that’s really better!

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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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Add whiskers to your RedBot robot to avoid any obstacles!

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This tiny, easy-to-connect Arduino-compatible UV sensor with an extended detection range is just as easy to use as the other Grove modules by Seeed Studio!

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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 tiny camera module with its motion detector can be easily integrated into your projects on Arduino Uno and Arduino Duemilanove by simply connecting it to a TTL serial port.

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This in fact consists of a precise, sensitive and efficient GPS module integrated into an Arduino-compatible shield offering with numerous functionalities. Just what you’ve been waiting for? You can thank Adafruit!

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Link up to 12 touch sensor modules to your microcontroller with this MPR121 12-key capacitive module. So sensitive it could be easily mistaken for a proximity sensor module.

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The TTL camera module with built-in motion detection, for which you’ve no doubt already found a multitude of uses, now comes in a weatherproof IR camera version.
Whether you want to film animals, create a video surveillance system or shoot a video at night from a mobile robotics platform, this module will help you see in the dark!

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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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The ADXL335 is a small, thin, low power, complete 3-axis MEMS accelerometer, perfect for onboard applications.

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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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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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The Grove Digital Light Sensor offers 3 operating modes thanks to its dual-sensitivity diodes: infrared and full spectrum.

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