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Turbidity sensor uses optics principles to synthetically estimate turbidity through the liquid light transmittance rate and scattering rate
Since the amount of haze value is gradual, it is usually detected in a dynamic environment
The turbidity value that turbidity sensor collects need connecting external control for AD conversion to get a corresponding environment turbidity situation, so that the sensor need a peripheral circuit to detect in a system
It can also be used on electronic design, graduate design, electronic competition experiments and other applications
With waterproof probe, mainly used in washing machines, dishwashers and other equipment for turbidity testing
Features:Turbidity Sensor Uses Optics Principles To Synthetically Estimate Turbidity Through The Liquid Light Transmittance Rate And Scattering Rate. Since The Amount Of Haze Value Is Gradual, It Is Usually Detected In A Dynamic Environment. The Turbidity Value That Turbidity Sensor Collects Need Connecting External Control For Ad Conversion To Get A Corresponding Environment Turbidity Situation, So That The Sensor Need A Peripheral Circuit To Detect In A System. With Waterproof Probe, Mainly Used In Washing Machines, Dishwashers And Other Equipment For Turbidity Testing. It Can Also Be Used On Electronic Design, Graduate Design, Electronic Competition Experiments And Other Applications. Specifications: Working Voltage: Dc5V Working Current: 30Ma(Maximum) Response Time: amp;Lt;500Ms Insulation Resistance: 100M(Min) Operating Temperature: 30~80 Store Temperature: 10~80 Package Includes: 1 X Turbidity Sensor
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