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ULTRASONIC RECEIVER ASAP Semiconductor SQ Not Provided Not Provided
MA40A3R ULTRA SONIC ASAP Semiconductor MURATA Not Provided UL C MIC CAN BOX 40KHz RECEIVER
XX518A3PAM12 Allied Electronics, Inc. TELEMECANIQUE Not Provided ULTRASONIC SENSOR RECEIVER 24VDC NPN
948-ISY-2D-002-180E Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Position Sensors - Ultrasonic Sensors Series 948, 300 mm [12.0 in] scan distance, thru scan sensing, separate transmitter and receiver units, plastic housings, 2 meter [78.75 in] cable
XX2K1A3KAM12 PLC Radwell Telemecanique Not Provided ULTRASONIC SENSOR RECEIVER 24VDC PNP/NPN
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  • Implementing Ultrasonic Ranging
    Object ranging is essential in many types of systems. One of the most popular ranging techniques is ultrasonic ranging. Ultrasonic ranging is used in a wide variety of applications including: ? Autofocus cameras ? Motion detection ? Robotics guidance ? Proximity sensing ? Object ranging
  • Ultrasonic Sensors, The Silent Laborers
    as transmitter (ultrasonic generator) as well as. receiver (microphone with high sensitivity) and is optimized for frequencies in the range. of 120 kHz up to 400 kHz, far beyond the human hearing capacity. Activated by an. oscillator the membrane of the transducer decouples ultrasonic packets – so called
  • Delay Time Measurement with Ultrasonic Sensors
    the transducer is designed as transmitter (ultrasonic generator) as well as receiver (microphone with high sensitivity) and is optimized for frequencies in the range of 120 kHz up to 400 kHz, far beyond the human hearing capacity. Activated by an oscillator the membrane of the transducer decouples ultrasonic
  • Ultrasonic sensors
    of most animals. typically operate in one of two ways: reflection and thru-beam. Reflection is the most common method of ultrasonic sensing. Targets reflect sound waves back to receivers in the sensors as an echo. The receiver detects the reflected sound waves and activates the sensor output
  • Arbitrary Ultrasonic Generator
    Ultrasonic generation pulses must be varied to accommodate different types of ultrasonic transducers. General-purpose highly damped contact transducers are usually excited by a wideband, spike-like pulse that is provided by many common pulser/receiver units. Lightly damped transducers, used
  • Acoustic / Ultrasonic Transducers
    Ultrasonic transducers send and receive waves for many types of sensing. Distance, proximity, level, nondestructive evaluation, web break detection, counting, and security applications are some examples. Ultrasonic transducers typically operate at their resonant frequency with various construction
  • Switch Tips: Ultrasonic level switches
    Ultrasonic switches transmit a signal in the range of a few megahertz to a receiver across a gap. The signal attenuates severely when passing through air, but the presence of liquid greatly enhances transmission. Thus signal strength of the ultrasonic burst serves as the sensing mechanism. Upon
  • Sensor Sense: Ultrasonic Double-Sheet Detectors
    on the other side. Technically speaking, double-sheet detectors are thru-beam sensors with separate emitters and receivers. The emitter sends the ultrasonic sound wave while the receiver senses the amount of sound received. With no sheet present the receiver hears almost 100% of the signal. A single sheet

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