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Detectable range up to 4m
Returns a positive TTL level signal proportional to range
Specialized for robotic applications
 Directional response: 60-70 degrees vertical
Directional response: 150 degrees horizontal

Hagisonic AniBat UltraSonic Sensor HG-M40DAI

Product Code : RB-Hag-04

Detectable range up to 4m
Returns a positive TTL level signal proportional to range
Specialized for robotic applications
 Directional response: 60-70 degrees vertical
Directional response: 150 degrees horizontal

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Detectable range up to 4m
Returns a positive TTL level signal proportional to range
Specialized for robotic applications
 Directional response: 60-70 degrees vertical
Directional response: 150 degrees horizontal 

The Hagisonic AniBat Ultrasonic Sensors use piezo-ceramic elements and are designed for operation in air to help an autonomous mobile robot with obstacle detection and environment recognition. These sensors are compact, light weight, highly sensitive and include a special modulation circuit to reduce click noise. They can be used to initiate and/or detect a pulse. Cable included.

Specifications

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• 9V to 15V operation
• Input pulse: 2V to 10V
• Output signal: 5V TTL
• Main frequency: 40KHz
• Directional response: 60-70 degrees vertical
• Directional response: 150 degrees horizontal
• HG-M40DA is a self-oscillating, dual anisotropic sensor

Supplier Product Code

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HG-M40DAI


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Disappointing

Review by Eric
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This is by far the widest angle proximity sensor on the market. However, the documentation is terrible (it does not operate like most ultrasonic sensors, and is incompatible with Arduino Ping and NewPing libraries). Furthermore, the output is extremely unstable and unreliable, even after heavy filtering you can't really get any useful data from it.

(Posted on 5/2/14)

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