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LV-MaxSonar-EZ Ultrasonic Range Finder

MB1020
LV-MaxSonar®-EZ2™

High Performance Ultrasonic Rangefinder
 
RoHs Compliant CE Declaration of Conformity
 

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LV-EZ Ultrasonic Range Finder
Lead time may vary for larger orders
MB1020
Each, $29.95
MB1020
5-Pack, $124.75
MB1020
10-Pack, $219.50
MB1020
50-Pack, $943.50
MB1020
100-Pack, $1,756.00
For pricing of orders with more than 100 units, please complete our Quote Request Form.
 
For larger quantities, please contact MaxBotix Inc. for pricing.
 

Product Description

The LV-MaxSonar-EZ2 is a good compromise between sensitivity and side object rejection. The LV-MaxSonar-EZ2 is an excellent choice for applications that require slightly less side object detection and sensitivity than the MB1010 LV-MaxSonar-EZ1.

 

Product Specifications

 
  • Resolution of 1 inch
  • 20Hz reading rate
  • 42kHz Ultrasonic sensor measures distance to objects
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Read from all 3 sensor outputs: Analog Voltage, RS232 Serial, Pulse Width
  • Virtually no sensor dead zone, objects closer than 6 inches range as 6 inches
  • Maximum Range of 254 inches (645 cm)
  • Operates from 2.5-5.5V
  • Low 2.0mA average current requirement
  • Small, light weight module
  • Designed for easy integration into your project or product
  • Narrower beam width than the LV-MaxSonar-EZ1
  • Quote Request Form: For orders greater than 100 sensors
 

Product Documentation

Documents and Downloads

 
MB1020 Datasheet LV-MaxSonar-EZ2-datasheet
LV ChainingChaining Application Guide
Quick Start GuideLV-MaxSonar-EZ Quick Start Guide
Sensor Selection GuideSensor Selection Guide
RoHS ConformityRoHS Declaration of Conformity
CE Declaration of ConformityCE Declaration of Conformity
Reliability DemonstrationMTBF Report
High Resolution PicturesHigh Resolution Pictures.zip
 
Product 3D Models
 
Key ShotIGES FileACIS 7.0
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Solid Works Part
STL FileSTEP FileParaSolid
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