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K6009

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Overview

(Silicon Chip Magazine January ‘09) Want to try your hand at ‘stop motion’ photography? This camera shutter/flash controller allows you to take a picture at a precise moment between 1ms and 9.99s after a trigger. Triggering can be from the included electret mic (to pick up sound ‘events’) or other sensors like a PIR detector, light-beam interrupter, or custom sensor switches (not included).



Important Note For Kit Buyers:
This product is supplied in component form and requires soldering, drilling, and assembly. We recommend users are familiar with at least basic electronic principles and have the ability to solder.



Why buy an Altronics Kit?
Altronics kits are premium do-it-yourself projects designed to be assembled with ease. However, basic electronics knowledge and soldering skills are essential to construct our kits. A difficulty rating is provided to help determine if your ability is sufficient to build the kit project. Please note, once assembly has been commenced we are unable to honor any warranty claims. Please see the full details here.

Specifications

  • Trigger inputs: electret microphone or external trigger (via PIR sensor etc)
  • Delay time: 0 to 999ms in 1ms increments or 0 to 9.99 seconds in 10ms increments
  • Timing Accuracy: 1ms or 10ms
  • Outputs: (1) Non-delayed triggering for external shutter release (2) Delayed triggering for electronic flash
  • Power: 9V alkaline battery
  • Consumption: 16mA (standby); 30mA when triggered

*Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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  • are there any voltages related to the 2 outputs or are they simply normally open circuits that close when triggered?
    mark

    Hello, The "shutter release" is basically a "normally open" contact. And the same goes for the flash trigger. Hope that helps

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