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  • Newark Part No.: 17X2006
  • Manufacturer Part No MCUSD13A300B09RS

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  • Beam Angle: 10°
  • External Diameter: 13mm
  • Operating Temperature Max: 80°C
  • Operating Temperature Min: -20°C
  • SVHC: No SVHC (17-Dec-2014)
  • Sensing Range Max: -
  • Sensing Range Min: -
  • Sensitivity (dB): -
  • Switching Frequency: 300kHz

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Availability:  4

Freight Charge: $20.00 once per order

Delivery in 5-7 days for in stock items

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  • 4 Further stock expected to ship on Oct 25, 2015
  • More stock available week commencing 12/21/15

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Minimum order quantity: 1

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I would like to use these for my MSEE project, but I need more details on the Transducers Materials, ie:
- What is the Piezoelectric material? PZT? Who is the manufacturer?
- What are the dimensions of the piezoelectric element?
- What is the material used for Acoustic matching layer?
- What is the material used for backing layer?
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These are MultiComp lines and we have some concerns regarding the reason behind the specific questions asked.
The materials are irrelevant to the use of these low cost sensors – we have provided RoHS/REACH declarations which should be satisfactory. If there is some issue regarding intrinsic safety or IP rating we can answer those specifically.
The fact that you want to know the piezo manufacturer and all the internal construct materials seems suspect – this would allow to go and build a direct copy.
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