Digital sensor, connecting the proximity measurement using the method of time-of-flight. It works in range of up to 2 m with an accuracy of +/- 10%. It communicates via the I2C bus (connector QWIIC), it is powered with the voltage of 3.3 V.
- Supply voltage: 3.3 V
- Current consumption: 7 mA at 10 Hz
- Measuring range: from 5 cm to 200 cm
- Accuracy: +/- 10%
- Light source: 850 nm VCSEL
- I2C address: 0x4C
- Field of view: 55 °
- Field of illumination: 23 °
- Maximum reading frequency: 10 Hz
- Interface: I2C - embedded connectors QWIIC
- Board sizes: 26 x 26 mm
The product is compatible with Arduino
The manufacturer provides a detaileduser manual.
The sensor has five pins for self-installation of goldpin connectors - pitch of 2.54 mm (not included).
|GND||The ground of the system.|
The module's supply voltage of 3.3 V.
The SDA and SCL lines are pulled up to this level with resistors.
Data line of I2C.
Low starus is 0 V, and high status equals to the VIN pin.
I2C clock line.
Low status is 0 V, and high status equals to the VIN pin.
The interrupt, reaches a low status when data is ready.