Lesson 11 Flame Alarm

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Introduction

A flame sensor module performs detection by capturing infrared wavelengths from flame. It can be used to detect and warn of flames. In this experiment, we use the sensor to make a flame alarm.

Components

– 1 * SunFounder Uno board

– 1 * USB data cable

– 1 * Flame sensor module

– 1 * Passive buzzer module

– 1 * 4-Pin anti-reverse cable

– 1 * 3-Pin anti-reverse cable

– 1 * Jump wire (F to F)

Experimental Principle

There are several types of flame sensors. In this experiment, we will use a far-infrared flame sensor. It can detect infrared light with a wavelength ranging from 700nm to 1000nm. A far-infrared flame probe converts the strength changes of the external infrared light into current changes. And then it converts analog quantities into digital ones.

In this experiment, connect pin D0 to the digital port 8 of the SunFounder board. Then when the flame sensor detects flame signals, the buzzer beeps and the corresponding LED lights up. When it detects no flame signals, the buzzer stops and the LED goes out.

The schematic diagram of the module is as follows:

Experimental Procedures

Step 1: Build the circuit

The wiring between the flame sensor and SunFounder Uno board:

Flame SensorSunFounder Uno
D08
A0A0
VCC5V
GNDGND

The wiring between the passive buzzer and SunFounder Uno board:

Passive BuzzerSunFounder Uno
SIG7
VCC5V
GNDGND

Step 2: Program (Please refer to the example code in LEARN -> Get Tutorials on our website)

Step 3: Compile the code

Step 4: Upload the sketch to the SunFounder Uno board

Now, ignite a lighter near the flame sensor. Then the buzzer will beep, and the LED on the flame sensor module and that attached to pin 13 of the SunFounder board will light up.

Code

/***********************************************
* name:Flame Alarm
* function:ignite a lighter near the flame sensor.
* Then the buzzer will beep,
* and the LED on the flame sensor module and that attached to pin 13 of the SunFounder board will light up.
* connection:
* flame sensor module SunFounder Uno R3
* D0 8
* A0 A0
* VCC 5V
* GND GND
* Buzzer Module SunFounder Uno R3
* SIG 7
* VCC 5V
* GND GND
***************************************************/const int analogInPin = A0;// A0 attach to A0
const int digitalInPin = 8; //D0 attach to digital 8
const int ledPin = 13; //pin13 built-in led
const int buzzerPin=7; //buzzer attach to digital 7void setup()
{
  //set the pins state
  pinMode(digitalInPin,INPUT);
  pinMode(ledPin,OUTPUT);
  pinMode(buzzerPin,OUTPUT);
  Serial.begin(9600);//initialize serial

}void loop()
{
  int analogVal = analogRead(analogInPin); //read the value of A0
  Serial.print(“A0: “);
  Serial.println(analogVal);//print to serial monitor
  boolean stat = digitalRead(digitalInPin);
  Serial.print(“D0: “);
  Serial.println(stat); // print to serial monitor
  Serial.println(” “);
  if(stat == HIGH)
  {
    digitalWrite(ledPin,LOW);
    noTone(7);//if you want to play different pitches on multiple pins, you need to       call noTone() on one pin before calling tone() on the next pin.
  }
  if(stat == LOW)
  {
    digitalWrite(ledPin,HIGH);
    tone(7,320,200);//in pin7 generate a tone ,it’s frequency is 320hz and the     duration of the tone is 500 milliseconds
  }
  delay(500); // used to slow down readings while calibrating
}