DFRobot Gravity - Lightning Distance Sensor

The embedded man-made disturber rejection algorithm can effectively avoid the electrical interference generated by various household appliances. In addition to allowing general weather enthusiasts to measure local thunderstorm data simply and efficiently, thanks to its compact size and wide detection range, it can also be embedded in various smart wearable devices for an outdoor climber or people who work at heights.

This provides early warning of thunderstorms that people can perceive so that people can take precautions a step ahead. The sensor can also be embedded in the indoor protection device inside lightning-sensitive equipment, and automatically trigger these devices to switch to the backup power to isolate the power grid when lightning strikes. At the moment of lightning, the interrupt pin IRQ generates a pulse. This can be used to trigger the shutter to open, helping photographers to accurately capture the exciting moment of lightning.

The maximum estimated distance of lightning strike is 40km. Limited by the inherent measurement method and algorithm, the distance estimation resolution is 1~4km, 40 km in 15 steps.

Features

  • Lightning detection within 40km in 15 steps
  • Lighting intensity detection
  • Used both indoors or outdoors
  • Embedded man-made disturber rejection algorithm

Applications

  • Consumer Weather Station (thunderstorm measurement)
  • Wearable Devices (outdoor thunderstorm early warning)
  • Lightning Photography

Specification

  • Input Voltage : 3.3 V - 5.5 V
  • Maximum Detection Range: 40 km
  • Distance Detection Resolution: 1 km - 4 km
  • Intensity Detection Resolution: 21 bits, i.e. 0 ~16777201
  • I2C Address: Three options 0x03, 0x02, 0x01
  • Interface: Gravity I2C (logic level: 0-VCC)
  • Dimension: 30 mm x 22 mm

For more information, check out the DFRobot Gravity – Lightning Distance Sensor wiki page here.

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SKU: 19335
EAN: SEN0290

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      The embedded man-made disturber rejection algorithm can effectively avoid the electrical interference generated by various household appliances. In addition to allowing general weather enthusiasts to measure local thunderstorm data simply and efficiently, thanks to its compact size and wide detection range, it can also be embedded in various smart wearable devices for an outdoor climber or people who work at heights.

      This provides early warning of thunderstorms that people can perceive so that people can take precautions a step ahead. The sensor can also be embedded in the indoor protection device inside lightning-sensitive equipment, and automatically trigger these devices to switch to the backup power to isolate the power grid when lightning strikes. At the moment of lightning, the interrupt pin IRQ generates a pulse. This can be used to trigger the shutter to open, helping photographers to accurately capture the exciting moment of lightning.

      The maximum estimated distance of lightning strike is 40km. Limited by the inherent measurement method and algorithm, the distance estimation resolution is 1~4km, 40 km in 15 steps.

      Features

      • Lightning detection within 40km in 15 steps
      • Lighting intensity detection
      • Used both indoors or outdoors
      • Embedded man-made disturber rejection algorithm

      Applications

      • Consumer Weather Station (thunderstorm measurement)
      • Wearable Devices (outdoor thunderstorm early warning)
      • Lightning Photography

      Specification

      • Input Voltage : 3.3 V - 5.5 V
      • Maximum Detection Range: 40 km
      • Distance Detection Resolution: 1 km - 4 km
      • Intensity Detection Resolution: 21 bits, i.e. 0 ~16777201
      • I2C Address: Three options 0x03, 0x02, 0x01
      • Interface: Gravity I2C (logic level: 0-VCC)
      • Dimension: 30 mm x 22 mm

      For more information, check out the DFRobot Gravity – Lightning Distance Sensor wiki page here.

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