Direct interfacing with a microcontroller is facilitated through digital inputs and outputs. The full-scale output frequency can be adjusted using one of three preset values. Enclosed in a compact 8-SOIC package, the sensor operates within a temperature range of -40°C to +85°C. It is well-suited for applications like RGB LED control, industrial processes, and medical diagnostic equipment.
The module includes an RGB sensor chip and four white LEDs, designed for user-friendly integration on a breadboard, powered by 2.7 V to 5.5 V. Accompanying the module are Arduino example code and a wiki-based tutorial to expedite project implementation, offering a quick and easy way to utilize the TCS3200 array of photodetectors.
– Output enable (OE) pin
– Output frequency scaling
– Voltage supply: 2.7 V to 5.5 V
– Current supply: 2 mA at 5 V
– Temperature operating range: -40°C to ±85°C
– Package/case: 8-SOIC
– Industrial process control
– RGB LED control
– Medical diagnostic equipment