Individually these sensor boards would cost over $70, here you get them all in One!
Each sensor can be separated from the rest, by a simple snap, allowing for the sensors to be used across the robot.
There are four different types of hall effect sensors that all react a little differently, one latch, one uni-polar switch, one omni-polar switch, and one analog.
And there are two light sensors, one is comparative to make the output a digital signal and one that is an analog output. See the files to learn more!
With the 0.5" hole spacing, these sensors easily mount to our perforated polycarbonate.
- Hall Effect Latch (DRV5013)
- Hall Effect Uni-Polar Switch (DRV5023)
- Hall Effect Omni-Polar Switch (DRV5033)
- Hall Effect Analog (DRV5053)
- Optical Threshold (OPT101)
- Optical Analog (OPT101)
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Nicely engineered. Unfortunately, no user's guide
Nicely engineered. Unfortunately, no user's guide to discuss how to configure the optical sensor portions (which was my interest). Fortunately, the schematic was provided upon request (was not posted on the website). Note that not all of the callouts on the schematic seem to match the silkscreened callouts. Was told (after purchasing) that the Sensor 6PAK is no longer supported, neither by AndyMark or Texas Instruments (the designer). So, I'm in the wilderness on this one.