how ultrasonic sensors work

Understanding How Ultrasonic Sensors Work

  Ultrasonic sensing is one of the best ways to sense proximity and detect levels with high reliability. Our technical support gets emails all of the time about how our sensors work and what environments our sensors work (or don’t work) in. This guide was created as an introduction to ultrasonic sensing, it’s principles, and…
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Guide to Tank Level Monitoring

How to Choose an Ultrasonic Tank Level Sensor

These are important factors to consider when mounting your sensor in a tank. Avoidance of obstructions – The wall of the tank or other obstructions in the tank will give inaccurate readings. Placement can affect readings – Our filtering protocol allows the sensor to prioritize large targets over small targets and noise. This is beneficial…
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High Performance Solar Power for IoT

Brooklyn NY based Voltaic Systems develops solutions for trucking, environmental monitoring, agtech, and parking.   They develop solutions based on solar power.   Voltaic Systems manufactures and supplies small solar panels and solar-ready battery packs.   Nearly all of Voltaic’s industrial customers are using their solar panels to power a sensor and communications over the network….
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ultrasonic distance sensor

Wireless Distance Sensor

Aranet is an Aurora, Colorado-based company producing solutions for warehousing, cold storage, horticulture, building automation and food manufacturing.     They serve the industry with wireless sensors, base stations, and cloud solutions. In their Aranet Ultrasonic Distance Sensor, they use our sensor to measure the distance to an object. (Detecting grain levels, liquid levels, and more.)…
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tide meteorological station

Tide and Meteorological Station [Case Study]

According to this case study, “the distance between tide stations with real-time measurements is, on average, over 100 miles.” There can be a significant difference in tide levels over short distances.  Variations are very noticeable in bays and inlets. Strong wind can also result in levels being measured lower or higher than predicted. Local real-time…
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