Crowtail- Sound Sensor

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*Operating voltage : 5V
 
*Operating voltage : 5V
 
*Operating current (Vcc=5V): 4-8mA
 
*Operating current (Vcc=5V): 4-8mA
*Dimensions(mm):20.2(L)x20.6(W)x9.4(H)
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*Dimensions(mm):20.0(L)x20.0(W)x9.4(H)
  
 
== Usage ==
 
== Usage ==

Revision as of 09:20, 13 July 2019

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Description

Crowtail- Sound Sensor can detect the sound loudness of the environment. The main component of the module is a simple microphone to receive the sound signal, with band pass filter and a LMV358 amplifier to make the output signal easy to be received by microprocessor. This module outputs analog signal that shows the relative loudness. Besides, an on-board potentiometer can be used to adjust output voltage.

Model:CT0021SS

Crowtail- Sound Sensor.JPG

Features

  • Easy to use sound sensor module
  • Provides analog output signal

Specifications

  • Operating voltage : 5V
  • Operating current (Vcc=5V): 4-8mA
  • Dimensions(mm):20.0(L)x20.0(W)x9.4(H)

Usage

Turning on a LED by Sound (Sound Sensor)

This example program shows how to use the sound sensor (microphone. When the incoming sound amplitude exceeds a threshold, we will turn an LED on for 1 second.

1.When using the module in conjunction with an Arduino or a Crowduino, use the Crowtail - Base Shield and connect the Crowtail - Sound Sensor module to the shield using a designated Crowdtail Interface. Also attach an output module such as a Crowtail - LED which will get triggered based on input received from the sound sensor (shown below).

Crowtail- Sound Senso.JPG

2.Upload the following sample sketch to make the LED turn ON and OFF based on input from the sound sensor:

/*
   Sound Sensor
   A simple program demonstrate sound sensor senses a sound that is up to the threshold you set 
   in the code, the LED is on for 1s.
*/ 
const int SOUND_SENSOR=A0 ;         /* sound sensor pin */          
const int  LED=5;          /* LED pin D5*/
#define THRESHOLD_VALUE    300        
#define ON                 HIGH                    /* led on */
#define OFF                LOW                     /* led off */
#define handle_led(x)     digitalWrite(LED, x)    /* handle led */
/* Global Variables */
int sound_value = 0;
void setup() { 
  /* Initialize led pin */
  pinMode(LED, OUTPUT);  
  digitalWrite(LED, LOW);
} 
void loop() {  
 /* read the sound value */
  sound_value = analogRead(SOUND_SENSOR);         
  /* if the value is larger than threshold, turn on led */
  if(sound_value > THRESHOLD_VALUE) {
      handle_led(ON); 
      delay(1000);
  }
  handle_led(OFF);
}

3.Make a noice and you will see the LED lights up.
Sound Sensor resul.jpg

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