How to work hand sweep sensor switch module | Hand sweep wave sensor

How to work hand sweep sensor switch module | Hand sweep wave sensor

Hello, welcome back. In this tutorial, we will talk about a sweep hand sensor switch module. This sensor is mainly based on IR diodes. Also, no programming knowledge is required to work with this sensor. That is, anyone can carry out projects using this sensor. We can get an output potential by moving your hand above the sensor. This is described below. Also, we can use this sensor mainly to control the electrical appliances in the house. This tutorial explains how sensors work using an LED. Once you understand the basic principle here, you can connect any device you want.

How to work hand sweep sensor switch module | Hand sweep wave sensor

The structure of this sensor switch

This sensor is very small, and it is designed using two IR diodes. That is, one IR diode emits IR rays and the other IR diode captures these IR rays. Due to this process, when an object moves above the sensor, we can get a voltage as the output. This voltage is the same as the supply voltage. Also, this sensor works like a normal switch. That is, we can get the same voltage given to this sensor as an output. Remember to give a voltage of 3 to 12. Also, the sensitivity range is between 10 – 80mm. Therefore, it is more suitable for projects that require short distances.

PIN diagram of this sensor switch

How to work hand sweep sensor switch module | Hand sweep wave sensor

Okay, step by step let’s learn how to work this sensor with an LED bulb. The required components are as follows.

Step 1

Firstly, identify these components.

Step 2

Secondly, connect these components. To do this, use the circuit diagram below.

How to work hand sweep sensor switch module | Hand sweep wave sensor

Step 3

Lastly, connect the power source to the sensor. OK, enjoy this tutorial. The full video guide is given below. So, we will meet in the next tutorial.

How to work hand sweep sensor switch module | Hand sweep wave sensor

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  1. hi, can you make it responsive for direction. I mean in one direction of the hand it goes on, on the other direction it goes off

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