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Distance sensor

 

how reliable are infrared sensors for measuring distances? Are there any other sensors?

nileshgupta
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gpd sensors r more reliable

gpd sensors r more reliable

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there are some ultrasonic sensors buddy........ it is quite accurate try it ........ if you had any doubt post me.......
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ultrasonic sensors
i'll try with ultrasonic sensors.. can u post schematics as to how i interface it with my controller?
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Distance sensor

How long it will measure..

nileshgupta
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distance measurement by ir sensors
IR sensors have low range of distance measurement nearly 10 to 15 cms refer to the link http://www.engineersgarage.com/microcontroller/8051projects/distance-mea...
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how to make a circuit or how to make a circuit or connection using two sensors with 8051?
using two sensors with 8051

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 will the sensors work with

 will the sensors work with the same accuracy at all times or more efficient in the night

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ultra sonic sensors r more

ultra sonic sensors r more reliable

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distnce by ir sensor

 to measuring the distance from ir sensor first take test that what is analog output of reciever to perticular distance, for perticular distance analog o/p is fixed and then we program the microcontroller(anlog signal given to atmega directly)  that for perticular analog signal have perticular distance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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depends on your budget. If

depends on your budget. If you want more accurate distance measurement then go with ultrasonic sensors. There is a project in this website which you can refer to. Go to Knowledge Base --> Projects and look for "

Distance Finder Based on AT89S52 and Ultra-Sonic Sensors HC-SR04

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Depends on your Requirement.

Depends on your Requirement. If you want more accurate distance measurement then go with ultrasonic sensors. There is a project in this website which you can refer to. Go to Knowledge Base --> Projects and look for "Distance Finder Based on AT89S52 and Ultra-Sonic Sensors HC-SR04"

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