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Laser Receiver Sensor - Non-modulator


Νέο προϊόν

  • PCB size:1.5*1.9cm
  • work voltage:5V
  • output low level when not receive laser signal
  • output high level when receive laser signal

The sensor uses a non-modulated laser receiver, please use indoors where no light, sunlight or other fixtures may interfere, recommended for use in dark environments.

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2,00 € με Φ.Π.Α

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Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how to connect a Laser Receiver Sensor (Non-modulator) to an Arduino:

Step 1: Gather the Required Equipment:

  • Arduino board (such as Arduino Uno)
  • Laser Receiver Sensor (Non-modulator)
  • Breadboard
  • Jumper wires

Step 2: Understand the Laser Receiver Sensor:

  • The Laser Receiver Sensor is a non-modulating type of sensor that can be used to detect the presence of laser light.
  • It usually has three pins: VCC (power supply), GND (ground), and OUT (output signal).
  • The VCC pin is used to provide power to the sensor (typically 5V).
  • The GND pin is connected to the ground of the Arduino.
  • The OUT pin is the output signal that goes HIGH when the sensor detects the laser light and LOW when it does not.

Step 3: Connect the Laser Receiver Sensor to the Breadboard:

  • Insert the Laser Receiver Sensor into the breadboard so that its pins are on separate rows.
  • Connect the VCC pin of the Laser Receiver Sensor to the 5V pin on the Arduino board using a jumper wire.
  • Connect the GND pin of the Laser Receiver Sensor to the GND pin on the Arduino board using a jumper wire.
  • Connect the OUT pin of the Laser Receiver Sensor to any digital pin on the Arduino board, such as D2, using a jumper wire.

Step 4: Read the Laser Receiver Sensor Output:

  • Open the Arduino IDE software on your computer and create a new sketch.
  • Copy and paste the following code into the sketch:

#define LASER_PIN 2   // Pin number to which the Laser Receiver Sensor output is connected

void setup() {
  Serial.begin(9600); // Start serial communication
  pinMode(LASER_PIN, INPUT); // Set the Laser Receiver Sensor pin as input

void loop() {
  // Read the Laser Receiver Sensor output
  int laserValue = digitalRead(LASER_PIN);
  // Print the output value to the serial monitor
  Serial.print("Laser Detected: ");
  delay(500); // Add a delay for stability

  • Verify and upload the code to your Arduino board.
  • Open the Serial Monitor in the Arduino IDE to view the output of the Laser Receiver Sensor.
  • Observe the output changing in the serial monitor as the Laser Receiver Sensor detects or does not detect the laser light.

That's it! You have successfully connected a Laser Receiver Sensor (Non-modulator) to an Arduino and read its output. You can now use the output of the sensor in your Arduino project for various applications such as laser beam sensing, object detection, and more.


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