This article is about testing DYP- ME007 ultrasonic range finder. First of all you need to follow the following steps:
a. Make an astable multivibrator on breadboard using 555 that produces pulses at an interval of 10- 30 us.
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The circuit arrangement would look like this:
Then fix ultrasonic range finder module as shown in the picutre below:
Insert the Module on breadboard.
Then connect the circuit to your multimeter.
If there is any obstacle near the range finder, the voltage output is near to 0V and when there is no obstacle the output is around 5 V.
Click here to watch the output:
Related experiment: Ultrasonic range finder using HC-SR04
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