Grove UV Sensor Module
Including €0.01 for ecotax
Grove UV Sensor: an efficient UV module
The Grove UV Sensor was designed around the GUVA-S12D sensor. It includes a Schottky-type photodiode equipped with a very low forward voltage drop and an ultra-fast switching time. In practice, you'll be able to very reliably and accurately pick up UV radiation between 200 and 400 nm. The Grove sensor’s electrical output signal varies according to radiation intensity.
Arduino UV Sensor: easy to connect for immediate use
The Grove system allows you to rapidly and easily connect a set of Grove actuators and sensors to an Arduino microcontroller. Each Grove sensor and actuator has its own connectors that you connect with a cable to the Grove Base Shield, itself connected to an Arduino. Programming is done in the Arduino environment. No soldering, no breadboard and no dangerous connections!
Technical specifications of the Grove UV Sensor by Seeed Studio
- GUVA-S12D Schottky-type photodiode sensor
- Very stable and sensitive
- Low power consumption
- Broad spectral range: from 200 nm to 400 nm
- Grove interface
Resources for the Grove UV module
Below you’ll find everything you need to get started with the Grove system and use your UV module.