LM358 Electronic building blocks Analogue sensors MIC sound sensors

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LM358 Electronic building blocks Analogue sensors MIC sound sensors

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MIC sound sensor is an analogue sensor, an analogue sensor need only a dedicated data line, it can be combined with a sensor expansion board, is very easy to achieve sound perception associated with the interaction effect. The sound sensor module is simply a simple microphone, integrated on the module LM358 op-amp can sound environment to enhance output, such as in our daily knock on the door, and so on.  MIC sound sensor is used for the surrounding environment to detect sound intensity, the amplifier having a 100-fold, the output can be used for 3.3V and 5V reference AD acquisition can be used to achieve the effect of the interaction according to the size of the sound.

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  • MIC sound sensor pin definitions: 1– output 2– to 3 — power.
  • MIC sound sensor interface socket for PH2.0.
  • the module power supply: 3.3-12V DC.
  • sensitivity: about -50dB.
  • the output signal amplitude: 0-VCC / 2.
  • the output amplitude is adjustable.

Package included: 1x LM358 Electronic building blocks Analogue sensors MIC sound sensors

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Weight 0.010 kg
Dimensions 2 × 3 × 1 cm


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