The VEML6040 is a small, low power, color sensor that incorporates photo diodes, amplifiers, and analog / digital circuits into a single CMOS chip. It provides an accurate response to red, green, blue, and white light and outputs the information over an easy to use I2C interface. Furthermore, it provides excellent temperature compensation, keeping the output stable under changing temperatures.
The sensor operates off of 3.3V max and with our example code you can have it working with an for Arduino in just a few minutes. It is perfect for robotics and automation applications involving visible spectroscopy and color sensing.
for Arduino Compatible
Lead Free/ RoHS Compliant
Wiring the board to an for Arduino Uno:
Connect DAT to A4 on the for Arduino
Connect CLK to A5 on the for Arduino
Connect 3,3V to 3.3 on the for Arduino
Connect GND to GND on the for Arduino