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HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor Module Distance Sensor for Smart Robot MEGA2560 Nano Transmitter and Receiver Module HC-04

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Shenzhen Chenxinhong Electronics Co., Ltd.

CN Manufacturer, Trading Company, Agent
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Place of Origin: guangdong China
Brand Name: original brand
Model Number: HC-SR04
Usage: Position Sensor
Theory: Ultrasonic Sensor
Output: Digital Sensor
Quality: 100% Brand New & Original
Type: Ultrasonic Sensor
Payment: Paypal\TT\Western Union\Trade Assurance
Package: Standard Package (plastic Bag+carton Box)
Operation Voltage (V): 5v DC
Serie: Position Sensor
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shipping method: DHL, FedEx, UPS, TNT e-packet
Product name: HC-SR04 wireless module
Condition: Original 100%
Selling Units: Single item
Single package size: 10X10X10 cm
Single gross weight: 0.1 KG
Package Type: Standard Package (plastic Bag+carton Box)
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Power Supply
+5V DC
Ranging Distance
2cm - 300 cm/1″ - 10ft
Resolution
0.3 cm
Quiescent Current
3mA
Working Current
< 5mA
Effectual Angle
<15°
Measuring Angle
30 degree
Trigger Input Pulse width
10uS
Dimension
45mm x 20mm x 15mm
Product Description
specification
Operatiing Principle of Ultrasonic Sensor
As the name indicates, ultrasonic sensors measure distance by using ultrasonic waves. The sensor head emits an ultrasonic wave and
receives the wave reflected back from the target. Ultrasonic Sensors measure the distance to the target by measuring the time
between the emission and reception. The distance can be calculated with the following formula: Distance L = 1/2 × T × C where L is
the distance, T is the time between the emission and reception, and C is the sonic speed. (The value is multiplied by 1/2 because
T is the time for go-and-return distance.)
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