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HRUSB-MaxSonar-EZ Ultrasonic Range Finder

MB1403
HRUSB-MaxSonar®-EZ0™

USB High Performance Ultrasonic Precision Rangefinders
 
RoHs Compliant CE Declaration of Conformity
 

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HRUSB-MaxSonar-EZ Ultrasonic Proximity Sensor
Lead time may vary for larger orders
MB1403
Each, $49.95
MB1403
5-Pack, $239.75
MB1403
10-Pack, $449.50
MB1403
50-Pack, $1,721.83
MB1403
100-Pack, $3,322.00
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 HRUSB‑MaxSonar‑EZ0 has the widest and most sensitive beam pattern of any unit from HRUSB‑MaxSonar‑EZ sensor line. This makes the HRUSB‑MaxSonar‑EZ0 an excellent choice for use where high sensitivity, wide beam, or people detection is desired.

 

Product Specifications

 
  • USB interface
  • Resolution of 1 mm
  • Multi-sensor operation
  • ~250mS between range readings
  • Maximum Range of 5000 mm (196 inches)
  • 42kHz Ultrasonic sensor measures distance to objects
  • RoHS compliant
  • Virtually no sensor dead zone, objects closer than 30 cm range as 30 cm
  • Small, light weight module
  • Designed for easy integration into your project or product
  • Widest beam of the HRUSB-MaxSonar-EZ sensors
  • Great for people detection applications
  • Quote Request Form: For orders greater than 100 sensors
 

Product Documentation

Documents and Downloads

 
MB1403 Datasheet HRUSB-MaxSonar-EZ0-datasheet
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
Part
 
 
Author: Kathy Kostal  Date: 04-28-2016
Quickstart Setup Analog Voltage This article is a quick start guide that compiles information about sensor use. This is a compilation of eight (8) articles to help you through the process of selection, set-up, and troubleshooting.
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Author: Cody Carlson  Date: 04-08-2016
I2C sensor I2C circuits allow users to simplify advanced multi component circuits. However, these circuits are not always the easiest to use. This article will guide you through the process of troubleshooting your I2C circuits.
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Author: Dan Alcox  Date: 03-31-2016
picoscope The analog envelope output is the log compressed voltage output of the acoustic return signal, which provides users with the ability to see the internal workings of the sensor. This output allows users the ability to easily verify the overall operation of their system application.
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Author: Dan Alcox  Date: 03-18-2016
one of the options for outputs This article discusses the different output formats available for a Maxbotix Inc., sensor. Further, the article explains the differences between these outputs and shows examples of the output formats. If you have questions about the outputs used by Maxbotix Inc., please contact us.
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Author: Cody Carlson  Updated: 03-03-2016
Raspberry Pi 2 drawing MaxSonar sensors offer a variety of outputs including TTL serial data. This tutorial guides you through the process of setting up your Raspberry Pi with a MaxBotix sensor.
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