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IR Flame Sensor Module DYN for Arduino

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    • Brands RobotDYN
    • Product Code: RobotDYN
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    The flame sensor module can be used to detect fire or other lights whose wavelength is 760nm - 1100nm. Out: output- real-time output voltage signal on the thermal resistance. And the sensitivity is adjustable by the precision potentiometer.On board, digital output interface can be directly conn..

    The flame sensor module can be used to detect fire or other lights whose wavelength is 760nm - 1100nm. 

    Out: output- real-time output voltage signal on the thermal resistance. And the sensitivity is adjustable by the precision potentiometer.

    On board, digital output interface can be directly connected to microcontroller IO.

    Please keep a distance with flame, high temperature may damage the sensor module.

     


    Flame Detector With Arduino

    In this project we will create a fire or flame detector with arduino a, this optical flame sensor, allows to detect the existence of combustion by the light emitted by fire.It is called fire to the group of particles or incandescent molecules of combustible matter, capable of emitting visible light, product of a chemical reaction of violent oxidation. The flames are the parts of the fire that emit visible light

    The flame sensor in this video is similar to our sensor but from another manufacturer (they are identical ).



    The code :


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    int buzzer = 11; //select the pin for the buzzer

    int valorSensor = 0; // variable to store the value coming from the sensor

    void setup() {

    //Setting the serial port speed

    Serial.begin(9600);

    // declare buzzer as a output

    pinMode(buzzer, OUTPUT);

    } void loop() {

    //Read the sensor value:

    valorSensor = analogRead(A0);

    Serial.println(valorSensor);

    //activate the buzzer

    if (valorSensor < 500){

    digitalWrite(buzzer, HIGH);

    delay(100);

    // Desactiva el buzzer

    digitalWrite(buzzer, LOW);

    delay(50); }

    }

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