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HR-MaxTemp

Temperature Compensation Sensor for the HR series of sensors
 
  • MB7955............HR-MaxTemp PCB and 1 inch 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

 
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