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UUGear Sound Detection Sensor Module (4-Wire, with Digital and Analog Output)

5.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)

135.00 CZK 125.00 CZK

(  4.88EUR  /  4.25GBP  /  5.75USD  )

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Sound detection sensor module for Raspberry Pi and Arduino.

  • using a high quality microphone
  • working voltage: 3~5V
  • output: digital switching¬† (LOW or HIGH)
  • using a wide voltage LM393 comparator that has good waveform
  • output current >= 15mA.
  • with adjustable potentiometer to adjust the sensitivity

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Product Description

This module has a microphone on board, and could be used to detect the sound or voice. It is a 4-wire module and could be used to both digital and analog signal.

The digital signal pin (D) will stay on high voltage level, until the sound/voice exceed the threshold. So monitoring the signal pin could know the environment is loud or quiet. Adjusting the potentiometer in blue can change the sensitivity of the module.

There is a blue LED on board as state indicator, and it will be turned on when the digital signal pin (D) goes to low voltage level . The voltage comparator is LM393, which has very good performance and reliability.

The voltage on analog output pin (A) will indicate how strong the sound/voice is. The stronger the sound/voice is, the lower voltage will be output on analog output pin (A).

Specification

  • using a high quality microphone
  • working voltage: 3~5V
  • output: digital switching¬† (LOW or HIGH) and analog voltage output
  • using a wide voltage LM393 comparator that has good waveform
  • output current >= 15mA.
  • with adjustable potentiometer to adjust the sensitivity

Additional Information

Weight 0.01 kg
Dimensions 1.4 x 2.6 x 0.8 cm

1 review for UUGear Sound Detection Sensor Module (4-Wire, with Digital and Analog Output)

  1. Kev
    5 out of 5

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    I use the sound sensor in a ‘baby cam’ setup with one of my many Pi’s. Once a specific sound level is detected, the Pi turns on a lamp through an RF transmitter.
    It works as expected with a python script detecting changes.
    Not a criticism, because I expected it, but the sensor needs to be fairly close to the source for it to register sufficiently.
    If required, I would buy another.

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