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Vladimir
Vladimir
01:31 Jun-04-2002
Air Borne Ultra Sound Transducer

I am working on a security product who detect Intruders in a 10 meters range. I am asking Which manufactur can you recommend that builds Air Borne Ultra Sound Transducers as well if you know where can I find Electronic Circuits to implement a Low Distance (about 10 meters) ultra sonic radar.

Thanks in advance,

Vladimir


 
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ald
ald
04:26 Jun-04-2002
Re: Air Borne Ultra Sound Transducer
: I am working on a security product who detect Intruders in a 10 meters range. I am asking Which manufactur can you recommend that builds Air Borne Ultra Sound Transducers as well if you know where can I find Electronic Circuits to implement a Low Distance (about 10 meters) ultra sonic radar.
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: Thanks in advance,
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: Vladimir
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please call me at 781-749-4800
Al D from Massa Products



 
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Linas Svilainis
R & D,
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, Joined Nov 1998, 67

Linas Svilainis

R & D,
Kaunas University of Technology,
Lithuania,
Joined Nov 1998
67
00:57 Jun-05-2002
Re: Air Borne Ultra Sound Transducer
: ...Which manufactur... builds Air Borne Ultra Sound Transducers ...
You can find US tranducers for air any semiconductors catalog: RS, Farnell, ... Schukat, ELFA, I just named what I have at my hand. Manufacturers? Just take documents you have at their www sites. Airmar, S.Square enterprise Company just to name few. But bear in mind - these will be small size (10 to 40 mm) ~40kHz transducers.

:....where can I find Electronic Circuits to implement a Low Distance (about 10 meters) ultra sonic radar.

Same as above - go to US transducers manufacturers sites - here you will fing a lot of schematics, some of them are even included in documentation which is available on distributors mentioned above sites.
I doubt whether 10 meters with transducers you are probably thinking of, will be low distance. Especially if you are thinking of motion detection. Even with long/continuous signals it is complicated to obtain a reasonable measurements. If you are speaking about interruptible beam(through - transmission) then it is a little bit easier.Unless you use advanced signal processing or/and advanced transducers.



 
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