The MaxBotix RMA Process Guide

Key Takeaways MaxBotix Inc., uses a systematic evaluation process to determine the functionality of each sensor. Soldering to the sensor’s pins may affect the sensor replacement policy. If a sensor is found functional, MaxBotix Inc., support will continue to help resolve the issue you are facing. When providing support, our technical support team may determine…
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Using an Ultrasonic Sensor Inside of a Pipe

Key Takeaways Successful operation of an ultrasonic sensor inside a pipe has strict pipe requirements Ultrasonic sensor performance is limited by the principles of physics It is possible to get accurate results in a pipe, however, many factors must be accounted for to achieve success Many customers have requested the option to mount an ultrasonic…
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Multi-Sensor Test and Results

Multi-Sensor Test and Results

Test Setup MaxBotix Inc has recently tested operation of our MB7360 HRXL‑MaxSonar‑WR in a multi-sensor environment. The testing was conducted from 11/15/2012 to 11/19/2012. The following presents the test data from a four day, three sensor test to verify multi­sensor operation for the MB7360 ultrasonic sensor. The sensors tested were the MB7360 in free run…
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MaxSonar Sensor Acoustic Noise Tolerance Test

MaxSonar Sensor Acoustic Noise Tolerance Test

 It’s a little-known fact that all of our MaxSonar products have been designed with a high acoustic noise tolerance. This means that the MaxSonar sensors from all of our product lines work to reduce or eliminate false detections caused by external noise sources. While acoustic noise tolerance is only a small part of our “sensor…
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