AS3935 based lightning and distance calculating sensorDesigned by Fyber Labs Inc., Ships from United States
What is it? This is a neat sensor for outdoor wearable and sports product designs. It is built on the AS3935 chip from AMS. Why did you make it? The AS3935 Franklin Lightning Sensor detects the ele...Read More…
This is a neat sensor for outdoor wearable and sports product designs. It is built on the AS3935 chip from AMS.
The AS3935 Franklin Lightning Sensor detects the electrical emissions from lightning activity and then provides for an estimation of the distance to the head of the storm from 40km away down to 1km.
The sensor provides additional safety to know if there is lightning and potentially if a storm is heading toward the sensor.
Our board utilizes i2c for simplicity.
An i2c Arduino library is available on Github by SloMusti modified from the Raivisr SPI version -
https://github.com/SloMusti/AS3935-Arduino-Library and the additional i2c library.
Designed, fabricated, and shipped from the US.
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