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VL53L0X Time-of-Flight Laser Ranging Sensor Breakout 940nm GY-VL53L0XV2 Laser Distance Module I2C IIC

VL53L0X Time-of-Flight Laser Ranging Sensor Breakout 940nm GY-VL53L0XV2 Laser Distance Module I2C IIC
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VL53L0X Time-of-Flight Laser Ranging Sensor Breakout 940nm GY-VL53L0XV2 Laser Distance Module I2C IIC
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: BE-001766
  • SKU: BE-001766
Rs999.00
Rs929.00
Ex Tax: Rs787.29
  • The vl53l0x from st microelectronics is a time-of-flight ranging system integrated into a compact module this board is a carrier for the vl53l0x, so we recommend careful reading of the vl53l0x datasheet (1mb pdf) before using this product
  • Ranging measurements are available through the sensor’s i²c (twi) interface, which is also used to configure sensor settings, and the sensor provides two additional pins: A shutdown input and an interrupt output the vl53l0x is a great ic, but its small, leadless, lga package makes it difficult for the typical student or hobbyist to use it also operates at a recommended voltage of 28 v, which can make interfacing difficult for microcontrollers operating at 33 v or 5 v
  • The sensor can report distances of up to 2 m (66 ft) with 1 mm resolution, but its effective range and accuracy (noise) depend heavily on ambient conditions and target characteristics like reflectance and size, as well as the sensor configuration (the sensor’s accuracy is specified to range from ±3 percent at best to over ±10 percent in less optimal conditions)
  • Pin vdd regulated 28 v output almost 150 ma is available to power external components (if you want to bypass the internal regulator, you can instead use this pin as a 28 v input with vin disconnected) vin this is the main 26 v to 55 v power supply connection the scl and sda level shifters pull the i²c lines high to this level gnd the ground (0 v) connection for your power supply your i²c control source must also share a common ground with this board
  • Sda level-shifted i²c data line: High is vin, low is 0 v scl level-shifted i²c clock line: High is vin, low is 0 v xshut this pin is an active-low shutdown input, the board pulls it up to vdd to enable the sensor by default driving this pin low puts the sensor into hardware standby this input is not level-shifted

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