Mic (use with mDesigner)

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The Mic sensor (also know as Microphone or Sound sensor) is a sensor which is able to sound levels (how loud). It is not capable of recording sounds. Support for this sensor is found in mDesigner.

Compatible Pins

The following pins on the Hub or mCenter+'s Hub support this module:

Hub AnalogRead Pins.png
Pin Name Compatibility Notes
Pin 0 No
Pin 1 No
Pin 2 No
Pin 3 No
Pin 4 No
Pin 5 No
Pin 6 No
Pin 7 No
Pin 8 No
Pin 9 No
Pin 10 No
Pin 11 No
Pin 12 No
Pin 13 No
Pin A0 Yes
Pin A1 Yes
Pin A2 Yes
Pin A3 Yes
Pin A6 Yes
Pin A7 Yes
Pin I2C No


Analog Read Pin

This block reads the value of the pin. A value between 0 and 1023 will be returned. In Arduino, this is known as an analog read (analogRead).

Mic Sensor State Table
Noise Level Value Produced
Absolute Silence 0
Ambient Background Noise <40
Snapping Fingers / Talking 75~200
Amps that are "Up to eleven" 1023
MDesigner Analog Read.png
  • Pin Number - the pin number to read from.