Item #: KIT-00081 -
The PIR(Passive Infra-Red) Sensor is a pyroelectric device that detects motion by sensing changes in the infrared(radiant heat) levels emitted by surrounding objects.Each Wide Angle PIR Sensor cable includes a 4-pin cable, as well as a mount and hardware to adapt to all RobotGeek products with a centimeter grid pattern (Workbenches, Geekbot, etc.). Mount it at a right angle, and flat.Product FeaturesSingle bit output Small size On-board LEDs Power 3V to 6VDC operation 150uA idle, 3mA active(no...
Item #: SS-101990069 -
The Gesture R TINY is a single, itty bitty module that includes Gesture Sensing, Proximity Sensing, and Ambient Light Sensing! This tiny, inexpensive, user-friendly board will bring your robot or electronics project the same kind of gesture sensing found in the latest smart phones. Gesture R can distinguish your gesture in 4 directions in 3 different speeds. GestureR can communicate with any Arduino Host or other microcontrollers through I2C interface. Reading through datasheets is always...
Item #: PX-555-28027 -
The PIR Sensor detects motion up to 20 feet away by using a Fresnel lens and infrared-sensitive element to detect changing patterns of passive infrared emitted by objects in its vicinity. Inexpensive and easy to use, it's ideal for alarm systems, motion-activated lighting, holiday props, and robotics applications. The PIR Sensor is compatible with all Parallax microcontrollers; sample BS1, BS2, and SX/B programs and product documentation are available under Downloads (coming soon!). Features:...
Item #: PH-1111 -
This sensor is intended to be used with a Phidget Interface Kit 8/8/8 (Analog input). This sensor detects changes in infrared radiation which occur when there is movement by a person (or object) which is different in temperature from the surroundings. As this sensor detects temperature differences, it is well suited to detecting the motion of people by their body temperature. The sensor is also characterized by a narrow sensing area. This kit includes (1) Phidget Motion Sensor and (1)...