The SEN12945P Sound Sensor for those liking Grove on Arduino!
The Grove system is handy and ingenious in that it allows you to carry out prototyping on Arduino without spending time on soldering. You just have to connect up your compatible module to a Grove board (Base Shield or Mega Shield)to be connected to your Arduino. The SEN12945P Sound Sensor is no exception to the rule since it’s a Grove module fitted with an electret microphone, so there is no need for a bias voltage, and with an LM386 amplifier, which is both powerful and yet economical on power.
Possible applications for the Grove Sound Sensor
This sound sensor lets you pick up sound from around your device (for distribution or recording). You can therefore incorporate this module into a microphone, dictaphone, or sound detector project.
Technical specifications of the Grove SEN12945P Sound Sensor
- Grove-compatible interface
- Supply voltage: 4–12 V
- Low quiescent current drain: 4 mA
- Adjustable gain
- Dimensions: 20 x 20 mm
Resources for the Grove Sound Sensor
The following links will take you to documents that will help you get quickly started with the Grove Sound Sensor: