IR distance sensor made by Sharp. Great for robotics for detecting a wall instead of a bump sensor. We use these on our current Security Robot in develpoment.
Tutorials and projects coming soon.
Supply Voltage: 4.5-5.5v
Avg Current: 30mA
Analog Differential Voltage: 1.9V Typical (Look at graph on datasheet, it can go up to 3v+. So not safe on the Beaglebone which is 1.8v max)
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