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The Sound Sensor is an electronic device that detects sound levels in the surrounding environment. It converts sound waves into electrical signals for analysis and processing. The sensor is sensitive to variations in sound pressure levels and can be used to measure ambient noise, detect sound events, or monitor sound intensity. Sound sensors find applications in noise pollution monitoring, security systems, acoustic research, and voice-activated systems. They provide valuable data for analyzing and responding to sound-related parameters in various settings.

Sound Sensor

SKU: 106
₹100.00 Regular Price
₹90.00Sale Price
  • Specification

    • Operating Voltage: 3.3V to 5V DC
    • Output: Analog or Digital signal (depends on the model)
    • Sensitivity: Adjustable sensitivity to detect different sound levels
    • Frequency Response: Range of frequencies the sensor can detect
    • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR): Ratio of desired sound signal to background noise
    • Dimensions: Varies depending on the mode


    • Power Supply: Connect the VCC pin of the sensor to the positive supply voltage (3.3V to 5V) of your microcontroller or development board.
    • Ground: Connect the GND pin of the sensor to the ground (0V) of your system.
    • Output Connection:
      • Analog Output: Connect the analog output pin of the sensor to an analog input pin of your microcontroller or ADC module.
      • Digital Output: Connect the digital output pin of the sensor to a digital input pin of your microcontroller.
    • Sensitivity Adjustment: If available, adjust the sensitivity of the sensor based on your requirements.
    • Calibration: Calibrate the sensor according to the desired sound levels and the specific environment.
    • Read Sensor Data: In your microcontroller code, read the analog or digital input from the sensor to obtain sound level information.
    • Interpretation: Convert the sensor data to meaningful sound level values using appropriate calibration and thresholds.
    • Action or Display: Utilize the sound level data to trigger actions, control sound-related systems, or display the sound intensity on a screen.
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