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Lynxmotion Aluminum Multi-Purpose Sensor Bracket MPSH-01

Product Code : RB-Lyn-75

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High quality black anodized brushed aluminum bracket
The universal mounting holes allow attaching the SRF-04, SRF-05, SRF-08 or the Sharp GP2 series of IR Sensors to a servo
Bracket can also be used to static mount the sensors to a robot body
Includes hardware to mount a single sensor to the bracket, and to mount the bracket to a servo

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High quality black anodized brushed aluminum bracket
The universal mounting holes allow attaching the SRF-04, SRF-05, SRF-08 or the Sharp GP2 series of IR Sensors to a servo
Bracket can also be used to static mount the sensors to a robot body
Includes hardware to mount a single sensor to the bracket, and to mount the bracket to a servo
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Does what it says

Review by Iain
General

Just what you want for mounting a sensor on a servo, works a treat.

(Posted on 11/19/14)

Excellent

Review by Greg
General

Solid and nothing missing.

(Posted on 10/18/14)

just what you need

Review by Jarrod
General

This mounting is exactly what it says it is, a basic mount for Ultrasonic sensors. Works great!

(Posted on 9/2/14)

Meets the users needs.

Review by Marina
General

Meets the users needs.

(Posted on 6/26/14)

bueno

Review by Rolant
General

bueno

(Posted on 5/4/14)

Good

Review by Mario Fernando
General

Very good

(Posted on 4/17/14)

Simple, functional, but may require some rework to mount your sensor

Review by George
General

I purchased this to hold an ultrasonic sensor that I was mounting to a pan/tilt head to do sonar mapping. I had purchased the ultrasonic sensors (HC-SR04) from other sources. They did not match up to the mounting holes in this housing. I ended up using some double sided tape to hold the sensor to the housing. (The HC-SR04 sensors are not very good!) I subsequently purchased a MaxSonar (MB1340) sensor. That sensor did not match the mounting holes either, but it was not difficult to drill out some new mounting holes.

(Posted on 4/8/14)