Everywhere around us are small but powerful bulbs. In our household appliances, in our phones, in our cars etc. They flash on and off to draw our attention like in an M-Pesa shop advertising, warn us in case of an emergency as a flashing beacon in ambulances, police cars or as decoration during Christmas.
These tiny light bulbs are called LEDs – said as (ell-ee-dees). The word LED...
This Module is a 3-axis Xyz accelerometer using Freescale MMA7361L micromachined ±1.5g or ±6g sensitivity. It's great for a motion sensing or stability control project e.g in robotics, anti-theft devices or even game pads. It's simple to interface to any microcontroller as the XYZ axes outputs analog values.
This module is based on TCS3200 programmable color light-to-frequency converters that combine configurable silicon photodiodes and a current-to-frequency converter on a single monolithic CMOS integrated circuit. The output is a square wave (50%duty cycle) with frequency directly proportional to light intensity (irradiance).