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Sensor Module

Ultrasonic Sensor: Hiwonder Robot Sensor Compatible with Arduino

Product SKU: HW2019075
  • Working voltage: DC 5V
  • Working current: 15mA
  • Measurement distance: 2cm ~ 400cm
  • 4 Pin wire port. Connecting wire is provided. Easy to connect
  • The holes are compatible with LEGO bricks
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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
A+ for Distance Measurement

I needed an ultrasonic sensor for my DIY robot, and the Hiwonder sensor aced it. The distance measurement is precise, thanks to its neat principle. It's like having a mini radar system for my robot. I'm impressed with how well it does its job without any complicated setup.

Reliable Obstacle Avoidance

The Hiwonder ultrasonic sensor has been a reliable addition to my robot for obstacle avoidance. The principle it operates on is clever, and the sensor's ability to calculate distance based on returned signals is spot on. No more accidental crashes – it's like my robot's new set of eyes.

Gabriel Glez
Simple Yet Effective

I'm not a tech whiz, but the Hiwonder ultrasonic sensor made me feel like one. The principle might sound fancy, but using it is a breeze. Just connect, and it does its thing. I've been using it for my robot, and the accuracy in distance measurement is spot-on.

Andrea Ellis
Great for My Smart Car!

I got the ultrasonic sensor for my smart car project, and it's been a game-changer. The setup is straightforward, and it does an awesome job with distance measurement. Perfect for avoiding obstacles and keeping my car smartly on track.

Patrick edgar jr.
Not yet attended

I have been real busy but when I get time which will be soon give the feed back on the sensor thanks u guys are great

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