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Vouchers are enabled for the FIRST® 2013 contest. 

If you have any questions regarding the voucher codes or for technical assistance please email us at frc@maxbotix.com.

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We will be using the MaxBotix Inc., Facebook page to update FIRST® 2013 Teams with technical support and other tips to help you succeed this year.

Our MaxSonar tutorials are also available.

We have updated our FIRST® competition notes from 2011 to reflect use of our HRLV‑MaxSonar‑EZ sensors for using in finding direction and distance to objects. This may be used to find a corner of the climbing tower in this years competition. This article can be seen at "Finding Directions and Distance to a Pole".

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Author: Bob Gross    Date: 11-20-2014
MaxBotix Thanksgiving 2014 This has been another exciting year of outstanding growth. This year the Brainerd Area Chamber of Commerce considered MaxBotix Inc., for the Business Excellence Award.

While we didn't place first, we were one of the three finalists and that was truly wonderful. If you are interested click through to read the article covering our company and the Business Excellence Award Nomination.
Author: Scott Wielenberg  Date: 09-24-2014
4-20HR-MaxSonar-WR Ultrasonic Sensor MaxBotix Inc. launches a high performance 4-20mA output ultrasonic sensor! The new 4‑20HR‑MaxSonar‑WR sensors are high accuracy ultrasonic sensors featuring a 4‑20mA output.

The sensors are available in M30x1.5, 1” BSPP, 1” NPTS and 3/4” NPTS PVC pipe fittings.
Author: Tom Bonar  Date: 05/08/2014
MaxBotix Inc. Sensor Selection The sensors in the MaxSonar family have always been easy to use, but now we have made it even easier to select the proper sensor for your application. We have just released the new Sensor Selection Guide, that is as simple as choosing the environment type and the application.
Author: Tom Bonar  Date: 04/30/2014
How to use a MaxSonar With an Arduino The Arduino micro‑controller is one of the most popular development boards for electronics enthusiasts. With three simple interfaces, it is easy to connect a MaxSonar to an Arduino. For assistance with setup, coding, and wiring, MaxBotix Inc., has made it easier to interface our sensors with an Arduino.
 
 
Author: Tom Bonar     Date:06/18/2012
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