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  • Newark Part No.: 52R3632
  • Manufacturer Part No MA40S4S

Product Overview

The MA40S4S from Murata is an open structure ultrasonic sensor. Ultrasonic sensor features a composite oscillating body combining the oscillator which joins a metal plate and piezoelectric ceramics with a resonator. The body is elastically fixed to the base and housed in a case. The resonator is shaped like a funnel to efficiently radiate the ultrasonic waves generated by the oscillating body into the air and to effectively concentrate ultrasonic waves from the air on centre of the oscillator. Sound pressure is the most important parameter of open structure ultrasonic sensors. In distance measurement applications, the higher the sound pressure of the ultrasonic sensor, the longer the sensor range.
  • 10mm size diameter
  • Transmitter for dual use type
  • Nominal frequency is 40KHz
  • Operating temperature range from -40°C to 85°C
  • Sensitivity is typically -63dB
  • Sound Pressure is 120dB
  • Directivity is 80°
  • Capacitance is 2550pF
  • Detectable range upto 4m
  • Allowable input voltage is 20Vpp at 40KHz


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  • Sensing Range Min 200mm
  • Sensing Range Max 4m
  • Switching Frequency 40kHz
  • Sensitivity (dB) -63dB
  • Beam Angle 80°
  • External Diameter 9.9mm
  • Operating Temperature Min -40°C
  • Operating Temperature Max 85°C
  • Product Range MA40 Series
  • SVHC To Be Advised

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