The sensor is used to detect fire. It is powered with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5.3 V. The range of the sensed wave: from 760 nm to 1100 nm. The output is an analog voltage and digital signal which changes status when exceeding a given potentiometer threshold. The device operates in temperatures from -25 °C to 85 °C.
|Despite the fact that the module detects a fire, it has not an anti-fire protection. Therefore, the distance from the fire should be preserved to prevent damaging of the board.|
The connector cable is connected with female tips, to the module.
The sensor has an analog input that should be connected to the pin of the converter A/C (analog input inArduino). It also has a digital output, which sensitivity level can be adjusted using the integrated potentiometer.
|VCC||Supply voltage from 2 V to 5 V.|
|GND||The ground of the system.|
|AOUT||Analog output with voltage proportional to the level of fire detection.|
|DOUT||Digital output which sensitivity is set using the potentiometer.|
The product is compatible with Arduino
The manufacturer has prepared a user guide along witha sample program for Arduino and STM32.
Supply voltage: from 3.3 V to 5.3 V
- Range of the sensed wave: from 760 to 1100 nm
- Detection angle: 0 to 60 °
- Operating temperature: -25 to 85 °C
- Module dimensions: 27.3 x 15.4 mm