Makeblock - Me Sound Sensor




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Makeblock - Me Sound Sensor
Based on a microphone, the Me Sound Sensor can be used to detect the ambient sound intensity.
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Makeblock - Me Sound Sensor

Based on a microphone, the Me Sound Sensor can be used to detect the ambient sound intensity. Its main component is LM2904 low-power amplifier. The module can be used to build some interactive projects, such as the voice operated switch, and the dance-following robot. Its black ID means that it has an analog port and should be connected to the port with black ID on Makeblock Orion.

Functional characteristics
  • Brightness of onboard LED indicates the intensity of sound
  • High sensitivity to the sound
  • White area of module is the reference area to contact metal beams
  • Anti-reverse protection – connecting the power supply inversely will not damage IC
  • Support mBlock GUI programming, and applicable to users of all ages
  • Adopt RJ25 port for easy connection
  • Provide pin-type port to support most development boards including Arduino series

Technical specifications
  • Operating voltage: 5V DC
  • Microphone sensitivity (1 Khz): 50-54dB
  • Microphone impedance: 2.2 KΩ
  • Microphone frequency: 16-20 KHz
  • Microphone SNR: 54 db
  • Control mode: Single analog port output
  • Maximum current: 0.5mA
  • Type of power amplifier: LM2906
  • Module size: 51 x 24 x 18 mm (L x W x H)

Awesome service with super fast delivery. The chat option really helped me choose the products, know they were in stock and would be delivered in time. The items were posted the same day and I couldn't believe it when they arrived from Perth to Melbourne in 3 days! Thanks for your wonderful support - our students were able to complete their robotic projects in time.
Nicola Bailey - Nov 2020

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