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Transducer, 98 dB

PROWAVE 400EP125.-NBPN

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Manufacturer:
PROWAVE PROWAVE
Manufacturer Part No:
400EP125.-NBPN
Newark Part No.:
51R8111
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Product Overview

The 400EP125.-NBPN is an Air Ultrasonic Transducer available in enclosed pulse transit type. The pulse/tone burst transducer is especially designed for echo ranging systems requiring a shorter ringing characteristic when comparing to our standard type transducers.
  • Natural aluminum housing
  • Compact and light weight
  • High sensitivity and sound pressure level
  • Excellent temperature and humidity durability
  • 1.5kHz Bandwidth (-6dB)
  • 1000Ω Nominal impedance
  • 1600pF Capacitance (at 1kHz ±20%)
  • 100Vp-p Maximum driving voltage

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Automation & Process Control, Robotics, Security, Power Management

Product Information

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98dB
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30cm
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40kHz
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