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Analog Turbidity Sensor For Arduino is a sensor that serves to measure the water quality by detecting the level of turbidity. This sensor detects particles suspended in water by measuring the transmittance and light scattering which is proportional to the level of Total Suspended Solids (TTS). The higher levels of the TTS, the higher the turbidity level of the water.
The sensor supports two output modes, digital and analog so it can be easily accessed through an Arduino or other microcontroller. These sensors can be applied to measure the turbidity level of the water in rivers, lakes, laboratory, sewage, etc.
– Working Voltage: 5 VDC
– Workflow: 40 mA (MAX)
– Response: <500ms
– resistance of insulation: 100 MOhm (Min)
– Output: Digital & Analog
– Voltage Range Analog: 0 – 4.5 V
– Output Digital: High / Low signal levels (upper limit can be set by turning the potentiometer)
– Working temperature: 5 ° C ~ 90 ° C
Embedded Design & Development, Electronics Design, IoT (Internet of Things), Hobby & Education
Sensor board, turbidity probe, sensor cable and Gravity cable
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