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Dagu Compound Infrared Sensor

Product Code : RB-Dag-06

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Used on Dagu Mr. General Mobile Robotic Platform
Can be used by a robot to track movement within 200mm
Can also be used as a simple range finder
Comes pre assembled
English instructions and schematic diagram included

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Used on Dagu Mr. General Mobile Robotic Platform
Can be used by a robot to track movement within 200mm
Can also be used as a simple range finder
Comes pre-assembled
English instructions and schematic diagram included

This is the Dagu Compound Infrared Sensor. As used on Dagu Mr. General Mobile Robotic Platform , this IR compound eye mounted on a pan/tilt assembly can be used by a robot to track movement within 200mm. 4 pairs of IR photo transistors and 4x IR LEDs allow your robot to measure both ambient and reflected IR. It can also be used as a simple range finder. It comes pre-assembled in a plastic bag with printed cardboard header. The English instructions and schematic diagram is included.

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Great Quality and price. A lot of fun

Review by Davide
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Great Quality and price. A lot of fun

(Posted on 4/11/15)

Good Value

Review by Jason
General

This is a good sensor that works great for detecting motion. I killed the sensor building the Mr. General robot and was thrilled to find this for less than $10.

(Posted on 3/3/15)

Good product

Review by Bertrand
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Carefully read the shema before installing, work like a charm to avoid obstacle.

(Posted on 6/12/14)