Many of our customers use Arduino and other micro-controllers when testing or developing their ideas.  

If you've never tried using our sensors before, it may seem overwhelming, this guide and the others listed below will help you get started with our easy to use ultrasonic range finders. 

If you need help finding the right sensor feel free to click the button "Get Help Finding the Right Sensor for Your Arduino Project" and answer 10 quick questions, so we can help you get started. 


Getting Started with Arduino and MaxBotix Ultrasonic Sensors


These resources were created to help you get started working with Arduino and our sensors. 

We cover:

Using an I2C-MaxSonar with an Arduino

How to Use an Ultrasonic Sensor with Arduino [With Code Examples]

MB1240 Ultrasonic Sensor with Arduino Tutorial [With Code Examples]

MB7389 Ultrasonic Sensor with Arduino Tutorial [With Code Examples]


Using an I2C-MaxSonar with an Arduino

A clear and easy path to get an I2C‑MaxSonar up and running on your Arduino.

Educational information related to this specific I2C implementation provided.


How to Use an Ultrasonic Sensor with Arduino [With Code Examples]

The MaxBotix ultrasonic sensors that interface with the Arduino platform

make it easy for users to implement ranging capabilities no matter the need.

How to Use an Ultrasonic Sensor with an Arduino

MB1240 Ultrasonic Sensor with Arduino Tutorial [With Code Examples]

This tutorial will walk you through connecting an MB1240 Ultrasonic Sensor to an Arduino,

with code examples to get your application running.


MB7389 Ultrasonic Sensor with Arduino Tutorial [With Code Examples]

This tutorial will walk you through connecting an MB7389

weather-resistant Ultrasonic Sensor to an Arduino, with code examples.


How It Works

Request Tech Support

1. Discuss your application with our support team

Sensor Selection Help

2. Choose a Sensor

3. Easily integrate the sensor in your application


Collaborators

Our collaborators serve as case studies to show you how the sensors are being used in an end user application.  You can either leverage our Collaborators end product or work with us to find the right sensor for your solution.

Long-range wireless IoT sensor designer and manufacturer

Radio Bridge Inc. provides a general purpose LoRaWAN bridge using MaxBotix sensors to be used in many applications. 


Summary:

  • Industries served: retail, industrial, oil and gas, deduction, utilities, security
  • Typically used in tank monitoring applications
  • Wireless connectivity with LoRaWAN protocol 
  • Wireless penetration through structures such as walls and floors

Ultrasonic Distance Sensor for Tank Level Measurement

LX Group developed an Ultrasonic Distance Sensor for Tank Level Measurement


Summary:

  • Used in grain silos, water tanks, and dams
  • Monitor the level of water tanks remotely
  • The plug-and-play product works out of the box and is robustly designed to work in rough environments.

LoRaWAN IoT Distance Sensor 

Sweden based company ELSYS uses a sensor from our WR line in their IoT Distance Sensor.


Real world applications include:

  • Underground water level measurement

  • Waste level measurement in containers

  • Snow depth measurement 

ABOUT US

MaxBotix Inc. designs and manufactures ultrasonic sensors for use in level, proximity, and distance sensing. 

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