Microphone Sound Sensor with Potentiometer (Arduino-Compatible)

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  • Jameco Part no.: 2297487
  • Manufacturer: Keyestudio
  • Manufacturer no.: KS0035
  • HTS code: 8542390000
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Microphone Sound Sensor with Potentiometer (Arduino-Compatible)

The keyestudio microphone sensor is typically used in detecting the loudness in ambient environment. The Arduino can collect its output signal by analog input interface. The S pin is analog output, that is voltage signal real-time output of microphone. The sensor comes with a potentiometer, so that you can turn it to adjust the signal gain. It also has a fixed hole so that you can mount the sensor on any other devices. You can use it to make some interactive works, such as a voice operated switch.

Specifications

  • Operating voltage: 3.3V-5V (DC)
  • Operating current: <10 mA
  • Interface: 3-PIN
  • Output signal: Analog

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Operating Supply Voltage3.3 - 5 VDC
Dimensions35 x 20 x 12


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