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HR-MaxTemp

Temperature Compensation Sensor for the HR series of sensors
 
  • MB7955............HR-MaxTemp PCB and 1in. of Heat Shrink
  • MB7956............HR-MaxTemp Cable. Purchasable by the Foot
  • MB7957............HR-MaxTemp PCB, 1in. of Heat Shrink, and 3ft. of cable
  • MB7958............Fully Assembled HR-MaxTemp with 3ft. of cable
  • MB7972............Fully Assembled HR-MaxTemp with 20ft. of cable
 
 
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MB7955
$4.95 each

HR‑MaxTemp PCB and Heat Shrink
 
MB7956
$3.00 ea.

(Order per foot
i.e. 1 ft = qty 1)
MB7957
$9.95 each

HR-MaxTemp PCB, heat Shrink, and 3 feet of cable
 
MB7958
$29.95 each

Assembled HR‑MaxTemp with 3 feet of cable
MB7972
$49.95 each

Assembled HR‑MaxTemp with 20 feet of cable
 
For larger quantities, please contact MaxBotix Inc. for pricing.

 

Product Description

 

The HR-MaxTemp sensor when connected to the HR-MaxSonar line of sensors allows for automatic temperature compensation of speed of sound changes over temperature.

The HR-MaxTemp is designed to be used alongside the HR-MaxSonar sensors. The HR-MaxSonar sensor upon power-up will automatically detect an attached temperature sensor and begin to apply temperature compensation for the speed of sound changes to all range outputs.

Compatibility

The HR‑MaxTemp is compatible with the following sensor lines:

  • HRLV‑MaxSonar‑EZ
  • HRXL‑MaxSonar‑WRS
  • HRXL‑MaxSonar‑WR
  • 4-20HR‑MaxSonar‑WR
  • SCXL‑MaxSonar‑WRS
  • SCXL‑MaxSonar‑WR
  • 4-20SC‑MaxSonar‑WR

Product Documentation

 
Author: Scott Wielenberg  Date: 07-18-2016
Sensor is Tested When providing support, our technical support team may determine that further testing at our facility is the best way to help resolve the issue that you are facing. At this point, they will start the Return Merchandize Authorization (RMA) process. This article will explain what you can expect as your ultrasonic sensor travels through our RMA process.
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Author: Scott Wielenberg  Date: 07-11-2016
Typical Wall Pipe Many customers have requested the option to mount an ultrasonic sensor in a pipe. During the testing and development cycle, we discovered a number of considerations and requirements that must be met for the application to be successful. When all of these are met, a user may be able to achieve the desired level of success for measuring the liquid level inside of a pipe.
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Author: Jenney Grover  Date: 06-28-2016
one of the options for outputs On April 19th, we welcomed our supporters to join us for the Grand Opening of the Build Out. Bob and Nita Gross gave a tour of the build out and their vision for the space. We continue to be in awe of the support from our community, our employees, our distributors, and our customers. Thank you for the many years of support, and we look forward to serving you in the years to come.
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Author: Jenney Grover  Date: 05-05-2016
5th Location: Current August 12, 2015, Inc. 5000 recognized MaxBotix Inc., with a rank of #3616 overall. Our growth from 2011 to 2014 was 87% with revenues at $2.5 million in 2014. Our 2015 year increased another $1.4 million reaching a total of $3.9 million. The three year growth rate for 2012 to 2015 is estimated at 212%. We could not have continued this growth rate without our valued customers. Customer satisfaction is our first priority. Click here for full article.
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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