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Ultrasonic Range Finder - HRLV-MaxSonar-EZ4

34.95 €34.95

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These easy-to-use ultrasonic rangefinders from Maxbotix work the same way as the EZ line that you know and love, but this new high-resolution series features 1 millimeter resolution! As with the rest of the Maxbotix range finders, these sensors feature Analog Voltage, RS232 Serial, and Pulse Width outputs making them easy to interface with any microcontroller. These sensors have a maximum range of 5000 mm (195 inches) with virtually no dead zone (although objects closer than 30 cm will typically range as 30 cm). We’re offering the EZ0, EZ1, and EZ4 with progressively narrower beam angles allowing the sensor to match the application. Please see beam width explanation below. Control up to 10 sensors with only two pins! Checkout the Maxbotix FAQ listed below.Features:42kHz Ultrasonic sensorOperates from 2.5-5.5VLow 3.1mA average current requirement10Hz reading rateAnalog Voltage, RS232 or TTL Serial, and Pulse WidthSmall, light weight moduleDocuments:DatasheetBeam Width ExplanationMaxbotix FAQ

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These easy-to-use ultrasonic rangefinders from Maxbotix work the same way as the EZ line that you know and love, but this new high-resolution series features 1 millimeter resolution! As with the rest of the Maxbotix range finders, these sensors feature Analog Voltage, RS232 Serial, and Pulse Width outputs making them easy to interface with any microcontroller. These sensors have a maximum range of 5000 mm (195 inches) with virtually no dead zone (although objects closer than 30 cm will typically range as 30 cm). We’re offering the EZ0, EZ1, and EZ4 with progressively narrower beam angles allowing the sensor to match the application. Please see beam width explanation below. Control up to 10 sensors with only two pins! Checkout the Maxbotix FAQ listed below.Features:42kHz Ultrasonic sensorOperates from 2.5-5.5VLow 3.1mA average current requirement10Hz reading rateAnalog Voltage, RS232 or TTL Serial, and Pulse WidthSmall, light weight moduleDocuments:DatasheetBeam Width ExplanationMaxbotix FAQ

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