Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:more than 1 month
Very cheap product. Good quality product, circuit assembly and circuit design. Works on both digital or analogic way. Has a screw hole for wall mounting Has potentiometer to configure sensitivity for digital trigger option indicative LEDs
none documentation at all. It has the name "keyes" on it's circuit board but even on their website we can't get any technical info about the functioning
very nice sensor. For a home automation project as i am doing. this is a very nice sensor to implement security on kitchen or other ambients
it works just fine and it's is very sensitive only to flame (light) not to any lamp or ambient light.
you can use both analog mode by reading the analog pin flame presence -> value ~20) no flame -> value ~ 900
or digital mode, by reading a digital output, which is turned on by a comparator chip that has the trigger regulated through the potentiometer.
buy this sensor if you intend to built any project that need to be sensitive to flame light. somewhere i read that is is somehow sensitive to the temperature, but i couldn't verify that. but for projects on home automation or security issue, this will fit just fine.
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