JSN-SR04T WATERPROOF ULTRASONIC SENSOR WITH ARDUINO
In this Article, we learn about how to Interface JSN-SR04T Waterproof Ultrasonic Sensor with Arduino.
In the Last post, we learned about how to make Water Level Detection System Using ESP32.
Let’s dive into
- ARDUINO NANO
- Power supply (12v)
- WATERPROOF ULTRASONIC MODULE (JSN-SR04T)
- ZERO BOARD
- JUMPER WIRES
How it works:
The JSN-SR04T is a waterproof ultrasonic sensor that works based on the principles of ultrasonic sound waves. The sensor contains a transducer that can both send and receive ultrasonic waves. To measure distance, the sensor first generates a short ultrasonic pulse, usually at a frequency of around 40 kHz.
The generated ultrasonic pulse travels through the air in the form of waves.
These waves propagate until they encounter an obstacle or a surface in their path. When the ultrasonic waves hit an object, they bounce back as echoes. Then the sensor’s transducer detects these returning echoes.
The JSN-SR04T communicates the calculated distance to the Arduino microcontroller. The Arduino can then process this information and take appropriate actions based on the distance measured.
The JSN-SR04T waterproof ultrasonic sensor has various applications in projects that require distance measurement, obstacle detection, or liquid level sensing.
- Water Level Monitoring
- Proximity Sensing
- Industrial Automation
- Smart Home Applications
- Distance Measurement