SparkFun Triad Spectroscopy Sensor - AS7265x (Qwiic)

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Description

The Triad is made up of three sensors; the AS72651, the AS72652, and the AS72653, and can detect light from 410nm (UV) to 940nm (IR). Besides, 18 individual light frequencies can be measured with precision down to 28.6 nW/cm² and an accuracy of +/-12%. Utilizing our handy Qwiic system, no soldering is required to connect it to the rest of your system. However, we still have broken out 0.1'-spaced pins if you prefer to use a breadboard.

The SparkFun Triad Spectroscopy Sensor communicates over I²C by default or over 115200bps serial. We've written a fully formed Arduino library to access all the various features include taking readings and illuminating LEDs all over the Qwiic I²C interface. Also, the Triad can be set up to communicate over serial. The serial interface uses an AT command set.

What can you do with light spectroscopy? It’s an amazing field of study, and the SparkFun Triad brings what used to be prohibitively expensive equipment to the desktop. The AS7265x should not be confused with highly complex photon spectrometers. Still, the sensor array gives the user the ability to measure and characterize how different materials absorb and reflect 18 different light frequencies. We've also written a full Arduino library that makes reading and interacting with the Triad simple and easy!

Features

  • Selectable interface: I²C or Serial (115200bps)
  • 18 frequencies of light-sensing from 410 nm to 940 nm
  • 28.6 nW/cm² per count
  • Accuracy of +/-12%
  • Integrated 405nm UV, 5700k White, and 875nm IR LEDs
  • Software control over each illumination LED as well as current control
  • Optional external bulb or illumination control
  • Programmed with the latest firmware from AMS
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      SKU: 19607
      EAN: SEN-15050

      Description

      The Triad is made up of three sensors; the AS72651, the AS72652, and the AS72653, and can detect light from 410nm (UV) to 940nm (IR). Besides, 18 individual light frequencies can be measured with precision down to 28.6 nW/cm² and an accuracy of +/-12%. Utilizing our handy Qwiic system, no soldering is required to connect it to the rest of your system. However, we still have broken out 0.1'-spaced pins if you prefer to use a breadboard.

      The SparkFun Triad Spectroscopy Sensor communicates over I²C by default or over 115200bps serial. We've written a fully formed Arduino library to access all the various features include taking readings and illuminating LEDs all over the Qwiic I²C interface. Also, the Triad can be set up to communicate over serial. The serial interface uses an AT command set.

      What can you do with light spectroscopy? It’s an amazing field of study, and the SparkFun Triad brings what used to be prohibitively expensive equipment to the desktop. The AS7265x should not be confused with highly complex photon spectrometers. Still, the sensor array gives the user the ability to measure and characterize how different materials absorb and reflect 18 different light frequencies. We've also written a full Arduino library that makes reading and interacting with the Triad simple and easy!

      Features

      • Selectable interface: I²C or Serial (115200bps)
      • 18 frequencies of light-sensing from 410 nm to 940 nm
      • 28.6 nW/cm² per count
      • Accuracy of +/-12%
      • Integrated 405nm UV, 5700k White, and 875nm IR LEDs
      • Software control over each illumination LED as well as current control
      • Optional external bulb or illumination control
      • Programmed with the latest firmware from AMS

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