DIGIKEY > Digi-Key Catches Sasquatch with Panasonic Motion Sensors – Another Geek Moment │ DigiKey
Date: 2015-03-05 17:08
Will they finally catch him? See how Digi-Key creates custom motion sensors using various electronic components from Panasonic paired
with an Android app to in hopes to catch Sasquatch.
A PIR motion sensor with a 12 m range (EKMB1203112 - http://dky.bz/1zSC0Se ), a low-power Bluetooth module (PAN1740 -
http://dky.bz/174ICBm ), and a lithium battery (CR-2032L/F1N - http://dky.bz/1zBlhho ) all from Panasonic are used to create six custom
motion sensors which are configured with an Android smart phone app. Once complete, any moving traffic, such as Sasquatch, will enable the
custom designed motion sensors, set off the Android app, and notify Digi-Key.
Tune in to see if Digi-Key will finally capture Sasquatch!
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