This Analogue Ceramic Vibration Sensor Module includes a piezoelectric transducer, which responds to strain changes by providing a detectable output voltage change proportionate to the strength of vibration, commonly known as the ‘piezoelectric effect’. So you can determine the magnitude of the vibration. Unlike a digital vibration sensor, which simply records time, an analog one can detect the magnitude of vibration.
When the piezoelectric ceramic shock emits an electrical signal, the controller analog port can detect little vibrations, which may also be realized with vibration interactions connected to works, such as electronic drums. The output voltage varies in response to the magnitude of the shock or vibration. As a result, you can quantify and characterize the vibration.
- S: Output signal from the sensor (connected to Arduino analog input)
- +: Voltage supply (VCC = 3.3 – 5)
- –: Ground (GND)
- Working Voltage: 3.3V or 5V
- Working Current: <1mA
- Operating Temperature Range: -10 ℃ ~ + 70 ℃
- Interface Type: Analog Output
- Dimension (mm): 30 (L) x 23 (W) x 17 (H)
- Weight: 5g
- 1 x Analog Ceramic Vibration Sensor