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00:56 Nov-21-1999
Daniel Copot
Problem

Hello!

I bought some of sensors (ultrasonic sensors MA40R and MA40S from Murata), because I'm working on a distance meassuring. I have to reduce influence between the transmitter and receiver. Could You tell me what material is the best for isolation and how to isolate them.


Thank you,
Daniel Copot


 
08:54 Nov-22-1999
Dipl.-Ing. Martin Heinz
Re: Problem : Hello!
:

: I bought some of sensors (ultrasonic sensors MA40R and MA40S from Murata), because I'm working on a distance meassuring. I have to reduce influence between the transmitter and receiver. Could You tell me what material is the best for isolation and how to isolate them.
:
:
: Thank you,
: Daniel Copot

The best material you can use for the sound isolation of transmitting and receiving sensor is a silicon
rubber foam of low to medium density .

Best regards,

Dipl.-Ing. Martin Heinz.



 


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