Distance judgement type: GP2D Judgement distance: 24cm. (Adjustable within the range of 10 to 80cm). 3. External control circuit is unnecessary. 4. GP2D15 datasheet, GP2D15 circuit, GP2D15 data sheet: SHARP – General Purpose Type Distance Measuring Sensors,alldatasheet, datasheet, Datasheet. GP2D15 SENSOR DIST MEASUR 24CM DIGI Sharp Microelectronics datasheet pdf data sheet FREE from Datasheet (data sheet) search for.

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GP2D15 Datasheet

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For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Thread starter rhtank50 Start date Apr 12, I got my digital IR sensors in the mail the other day and tested them out using a DC power supply and tested the output with an oscilloscope.


The output wasn’t what I expected data sheets showed a zero for no detection and a square wave pulse for detection. I got a negative spike. Will these outputs work when coding my bot?

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Thanks for the help, David. Exo Active Member Apr 12, Open Collector just means that the device is only able to provide with a ground connections when detecting, when no detecting the pin will be floating.

By adding a 4. So the object can be found in this range.

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Out of this range, the is no object detected. You must log in or register to reply here.

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