SQ-40-R-10B - 

Ultrasonic Transducer, Receiver, SQ Series, 40 kHz, -70 dB

SQ-40-R-10B - Ultrasonic Transducer, Receiver, SQ Series, 40 kHz, -70 dB

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The SQ-40-R-10B is an Ultrasonic Ceramic Receiver transfers acoustical energy to mechanical energy or vice versa. The standard open type transducer is constructed in a manner which incorporates the fundamental structure of piezoelectric ceramic element of the monomorph type with a conical metal resonator. This special combination provides high sensitivity (Over - G5dB/V/µBar).
  • Small size and wider bandwidth
  • Excellent temperature and humidity durability
  • Stable electrical and mechanical characteristics
  • Multicomp products are rated 4.6 out of 5 stars
  • 12-month limited warranty *view Terms & Conditions for details
  • 96% of customers would recommend to a friend


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