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MB1008 ParkSonar-EZ-132

MB1008 ParkSonar-EZ-132

Ranges from 6 inches to 254 inches. 11-foot detection zone for proximity information with a ~10-second acquire time and ~5-second release time.

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Specs

  • Resolution of 1 inch
  • ~10 second target acquire time*
  • ~5 second target release time*
  • Automatic multi-sensor operation
  • Vehicle Detection Sensor
  • Maximum reported range of 254 inches (645 cm)
  • Choice of 2 digital outputs: Logic Level (High/Low) and RS232 serial
  • 42kHz Ultrasonic sensor measures distance to objects
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Virtually no sensor dead zone, objects closer than 6 inches typically range as 6 inches
  • Operates between 2.5 and 5.5V
  • Low 2.0mA average current requirement
  • Small, lightweight module
  • Designed for easy integration into your project or product
  • Proximity Detection zone of 11 feet (132 inches)

Description

Features of the MB1008, ParkSonar-EZ-132, include one-inch resolution, both proximity and range information for the nearest detectable target, and various output options: high/low logic level and RS232 serial.

The ParkSonar-EZ line is designed to detect vehicles within a calibrated detection zone. The ParkSonar-EZ proximity sensors report when a vehicle or other detectable target enters the detection zone. The target is released after leaving the ParkSonar-EZ's detection zone.

The MB1008 has a detection zone of ~11 feet. The MB1008 will allow for 14+ simultaneous sensors depending on sensor mounting and environment.

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Part Numbers

All MaxBotix part numbers are a combination of a six-character base followed by a dash and a three-digit product code. The following table displays all of the active and valid part numbers for this product.

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MB1008-00

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