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Protected Use – Parking Garages Application

MaxSonar sensors are a cost-effective solution with the required performance to achieve application success. These sensors are also designed to operate over the wide temperature range that parking garages experience in car sensing installations. MaxBotix sensors are curentlys being installed worldwide by the thousands in parking garages.

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Logic
RS232
ParkSonar-EZ Ultrasonic Parking Garage Sensor

ParkSonar-EZ
Provides a simple ‘True/False’ signal to indicate that a parking stall is available or occupied. Users can select the required trigger distance by model number. Large numbers of sensors can be deployed in one multi-sensor environment without interference.Each $29.95
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I2C

MB1222
I2C interface allows for a 4-wire parallel wiring method. The MB1222 offers similar sensitivity characteristics to the ParkSonar-EZ models. These sensors output range information so user code can be set to determine the appropriate trigger distance. Sensor firing should be controlled to eliminate cross talk.Each $39.95
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Other Sensors to Try

AN
PW
RS232

MB7360
Condensation and weather resistant sensors. Can be installed in multi-sensor environments. Testing is recommended for applications with a high density of sensors. 1mm resolution with a calibrated accuracy.Each $109.95
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I2C

MB7040
Condensation and weather resistant. I2C interface allows for a 4-wire parallel wiring method. These sensors output range information so user code can be set to determine the appropriate trigger distance. Sensor firing should be controlled to eliminate cross talk.Each $99.95
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Table Legend

Logic — Digital High/Low
AN — Analog Voltage
PW — Pulse Width
4-20 — 4-20mA Output

AE — Analog Envelope
I2C — I2C Bus
USB — USB Connector
RS232 — RS232 Serial
TTL — TTL Serial
Serial — RS232 or TTL serial