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Transducer, Ultrasonic, 115 dB

400ET18S - Transducer, Ultrasonic, 115 dB
400ET18S - Transducer, Ultrasonic, 115 dB

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Manufacturer:
PROWAVE PROWAVE
Manufacturer Part No:
400ET18S
Newark Part No.:
13M5769
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Product Overview

The 400ET18S is a 18mm Ultrasonic Ceramic Transmitter with aluminium housing. It features 1.5kHz bandwidth and 110dB minimum sound pressure.
  • -30 to +70°C Operating temperature range

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Audio

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115dB
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30cm
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40kHz
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