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DM163026 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The Low Power Solutions Demonstration board provides designers a convenient and fun way to explore PICmicro ® nanoWatt features within a functional ultrasonic range-finder application. It features the PIC18F4620, Microchip Technology's latest power managed device. The development tool is ideal...
SLSUWS1277UW Newark / element14 SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Not Provided SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - SLSUWS1277UW - OCCUPANCY SENSOR; ULTRASONIC SINGLE CIRCUIT WALL SWITCH; 120-277VAC
SLSUWD1277UW Newark / element14 SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Not Provided SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - SLSUWD1277UW - OCCUPANCY SENSOR; ULTRASONIC DUAL CIRCUIT WALL SWITCH; 120-277VAC
SLSUWD1277UB Newark / element14 SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Not Provided SQUARE D BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - SLSUWD1277UB - OCCUPANCY SENSOR; ULTRASONIC DUAL CIRCUIT WALL SWITCH; 120-277VAC

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  • Safety First with Ultrasonic Sensors (.pdf)
    Arc flash can be considered a short circuit through the air. It produces tremendous stored-up energy that can travel outward from electrical equipment (see Figure 1). An arc flash produces temperatures as high as 35,000°F, hotter than the sun and exerting a force equivalent to being hit by a hand

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