Octopus Electronic Bricks, you can use them to build electronics projects just as easy as piling bricks. By using Octopus electronic bricks, you may connect Arduino / Freaduino compatible boards easily with various digital, analog, and I2C/Uart interfaces. These breadboard-less firm connections are prepared to extensive modules like potentiometers, sensors, relays, servos ... even buttons, just plug and play.
Octopus Hunt Sensor is a sensor based on a TCRT5000 photoelectric sensitive element. It can sensitively detect the infrared reflected signal. Together with Arduino specific sensor shield, Hunt Sensor can be widely used in many fields, ranging from performing black and white line detection, and obstacle detection, to shredding detection for a fax machine or paper shredder, meter pulse data sampling, and other related works Adjustable sensitivity (shown in blue digital potentiometer adjustment). Three pins electronic building blocks interface: input 5V - GND. S pin output digital voltage signal 0-1 Operating voltage: DC 5.0V
The power supply needs: 5V
Interface type: Analog
Pin Definition: 1-Signal 2-VCC 3-GND
Fast response and High sensitivity
Simple drive circuit
Stable and long life
Use TCRT5000 photoelectric conversion element, with a built-in infrared emitting tube and a receiving tube
The operating current for emitting tube and receiving tube was respectively 10mA, 0.1mA
Indicator: an electric signal indicator. (Find a black line, it will be on)
PCB positioning hole: 3.2mm standard positioning holes, capable of installing 3.2mm standard studs, and screws.
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Connection note: Connect this module to the P1 port on octopus:bit.
You can see the whole program from the link
Or you can download it from the page below.
Put this module 9mm away from the black plane, the "icon" pattern can be seen on micro:bit; 9mm away from the white plane, the "square" pattern can be seen on the micro:bit. The height can be adjusted by the sensitivity regulation controlled by the potentiometer.