Gravity: AS7341 11-Channel Visible Light Sensor

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$35.00
SKU DF-SEN0364

We can get 562 units in Australia from DFRobot. If you order today, we can dispatch this stock between Mar 07, 2021 - Mar 24, 2021.

We live in a colorful world, but how much do you really know about color? Your eyes may deceive you, while the sensors don’t lie. This Gravity: AS7341 11-Channel Visible Light Sensor can tell you the truth about color.

Gravity: AS7341 11-Channel Visible Light Sensor employs the new generation of AS7341 spectral sensor IC launched by the well-known AMS company. The sensor features eight channels for the visible light, one channel for near-IR, and one channel without a filter. Also, it integrates a dedicated channel to detect ambient light flicker. Besides that, this sensor comes with 6 independent 16-bit ADC channels for data processing in parallel. The two on-board extra-bright LEDs can supply light in a dark environment.

RGB Color Sensor vs AS7341 Sensor


Yellow LED WS2812 Simulated Yellow
Recognition result of RGB color sensor Red+Green Red+Green
Recognition result of  AS7341 visible light sensor Yellow Red+Green

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Related Project:

Spectrophotometer Experiment Based on AS7341 Spectral Sensor

FEATURES

  • 8 optical channels covering the visible spectral range
  • 50Hz and 60Hz ambient light flicker detection
  • 6 independent 16-bit ADC channels 

APPLICATIONS

  • High accuracy color detection and matching
  • Color mixing effect detection
  • Lighting color temperature adjustment
  • Lighting atmosphere control
  • Modern plant cultivation

SPECIFICATION

  • Power Supply: 3.3V~5V
  • Visible Light Detection Range: F1(405-425nm), F2(435-455nm), F3(470-490nm), F4(505-525nm), F5(545-565nm), F6(580-600nm), F7(620-640nm), F8(670-690nm)
  • Operating Current(LED Off): <5mA
  • LED Driving Current: Class 1-20 (4-42mA)
  • I2C Address: 0x39
  • Operating Temperature Range: -30℃~85℃
  • Operating Humidity Range: 5%RH~85%RH
  • Dimension: 22*20mm/0.87*0.79”

DOCUMENTS

Product wiki

Spectrophotometer Experiment Based on AS7341 Spectral Sensor