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MB7380

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HRXL-MaxSonar sensor



Feature


HRXL-MaxSonar® - WR/WRC™ Series HRXL- MaxSonar®- WR™ Series High Resolutio n, Precision, IP67 Weather Resistant, U ltrasonic Range Finder MB7360, MB7363, MB7366, MB7367, MB7368, MB7369, MB7375 MB7380, MB7383, MB7386, MB7387, MB7388, MB7389, MB73958 The HRXL-MaxSonar-WR s ensor line is a cost-effective solution for applications requiring precision r ange-finding, low-voltag.
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MB7380; e operation, space saving, low-cost, and IP67 rating for weather resistance. Th e HRXL-MaxSonar-WR sensor line provides high accuracy and high resolution ultr asonic proximity detection and ranging in air. This sensor line features 1-mm resolution, target-size and operating-v oltage compensation for improved accura cy, superior rejection of outside noise sources, internal.


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speed-of-sound temperature compensation and optional external speed-of-sound t emperature compensation. The HRXL-MaxSo nar-WR/WRC models are available in 1.5- meter, 5-meter, or 10-meter models. Thi s ultrasonic sensor detects objects fro m 1-mm and ranges to objects from 30-cm * to maximum range. Objects closer than 30-cm* are typically reported as 30-cm *. The interface o.


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utput formats are pulse width, analog vo ltage, and digital serial in either RS2 32 (MB736X/MB7375) or TTL (MB738X/MB739 5). Factory calibration is standard. *F or select sensors this distance is 50-c m, refer to pages 4 and 5. Precision U ltrasonic Range Sensing • Range-findi ng at a fraction of the cost of other p recision rangefinders • Reading-to-re ading stability of 1-m.





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MB7380

Description

HRXL-MaxSonar sensor



Feature


HRXL-MaxSonar® - WR/WRC™ Series HRXL- MaxSonar®- WR™ Series High Resolutio n, Precision, IP67 Weather Resistant, U ltrasonic Range Finder MB7360, MB7363, MB7366, MB7367, MB7368, MB7369, MB7375 MB7380, MB7383, MB7386, MB7387, MB7388, MB7389, MB73958 The HRXL-MaxSonar-WR s ensor line is a cost-effective solution for applications requiring precision r ange-finding, low-voltag.
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 MB7380
HRXL-MaxSonar® - WR/WRCSeries
HRXL-MaxSonar®- WRSeries
High Resolution, Precision, IP67 Weather Resistant, Ultrasonic Range Finder
MB7360, MB7363, MB7366, MB7367, MB7368, MB7369, MB7375
MB7380, MB7383, MB7386, MB7387, MB7388, MB7389, MB73958
The HRXL-MaxSonar-WR sensor line is a cost-effective solution for applications requiring
precision range-finding, low-voltage operation, space saving, low-cost, and IP67 rating for weather
resistance.
The HRXL-MaxSonar-WR sensor line provides high accuracy and high resolution ultrasonic proximity
detection and ranging in air. This sensor line features 1-mm resolution, target-size and operating-voltage compensation
for improved accuracy, superior rejection of outside noise sources, internal speed-of-sound temperature compensation
and optional external speed-of-sound temperature compensation. The HRXL-MaxSonar-WR/WRC models are available
in 1.5-meter, 5-meter, or 10-meter models. This ultrasonic sensor detects objects from 1-mm and ranges to objects from
30-cm* to maximum range. Objects closer than 30-cm* are typically reported as 30-cm*. The interface output formats
are pulse width, analog voltage, and digital serial in either RS232 (MB736X/MB7375) or TTL (MB738X/MB7395).
Factory calibration is standard. *For select sensors this distance is 50-cm, refer to pages 4 and 5.
Precision Ultrasonic Range
Sensing
Range-finding at a fraction of the
cost of other precision rangefinders
Reading-to-reading stability of
1-mm at 1-meter is typical1
Accuracy is factory-matched
providing a typical accuracy of 1%
or better 1,2
Internal temperature compensation is
standard and optional external
temperature compensation
Determines range to largest object
(MB7368, MB7369, MB7388, MB7389)
Determines range to first detectable
object (MB7360, MB7363, MB7366, MB7367,
MB7375, MB7380, MB7383, MB7386, MB7387,
MB7395)
Excellent clutter rejection
Additional chemical resistance
available6
Very Low Power
Requirements
Fast first reading after power-up
eases battery requirements
Wide, low supply voltage of 2.7V to
5.5V requirements eases battery
powered design
Low current draw reduces current
drain for battery operation
Very low-power rangerfinder,
excellent for multiple sensor or
battery based systems
Easy to Use Component
Module
Gracefully handles other ultrasonic
sensors5
Stable and reliable range readings
and excellent noise rejection make
the sensor easy to use for most users
Easy to use interface with distance
provided in a variety of outputs
Target size compensation provides
greater consistency and accuracy
Sensor automatically handles
acoustic noise 2,4
Calibrated sensor eliminates most
sensor to sensor variations
Applications & Uses
Tank level measurement
(MB7369 or MB7389)
Weather station monitoring
Bin level measurement
Proximity zone detection
People detection
Robot ranging sensor
Long range object detection
Environments with acoustic and
electrical noise
Height monitors
Auto sizing
Box dimensions
Automated factory systems
Notes:
1 Refer to section that compares WR to alternative
housings on page 4
2 Users are encouraged to evaluate the sensor performance
in their application
3 Reference pages 9-10 for part specific timing information
4 by design
5 See page 7 for multi-sensor operation
6 F-Option provides additional protection from hazardous
chemical environments
7 Please reference page 11 & 12 for minimum operating
voltage verses temperature information
8 Please reference page 24 for part number key
Close Range Operation
Applications requiring 100% reading-to-reading reliability should not use MaxSonar sensors at a distance closer than 50-
cm. Although most users find MaxSonar sensors to work reliably from 0 to 50-cm for detecting objects in many
applications, MaxBotix® Inc. does not guarantee operational reliability for objects closer than the minimum reported
distance. Because of ultrasonic physics, these sensors are unable to achieve 100% reliability at close distances.
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Warning: Personal Safety Applications
We do not recommend or endorse this product be used as a component in any personal safety applications. This product is
not designed, intended or authorized for such use. These sensors and controls do not include the self-checking redundant
circuitry needed for such use. Such unauthorized use may create a failure of the MaxBotix® Inc. product which may result
in personal injury or death. MaxBotix® Inc. will not be held liable for unauthorized use of this component.
MaxBotix® Inc.
Copyright 2005 - 2021 MaxBotix Incorporated
Patent 7,679,996
MaxBotix Inc., products are engineered and assembled in the USA.
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General Characteristics
Low cost ultrasonic rangefinder
Detection out to 1.5-meters,
5-meters, or 10-meters
Resolution of 1-mm
Distance sensor from 30-cm to 1.5-
meters, 30-cm to 5-meters, or 50-
cm to 10-meters based on model
Excellent 2 Mean Time Between
Failure (MTBF)
HRXL-MaxSonar® - WR/WRCSeries
Triggered operation yields real-time
range data
Free run operation with superior
noise rejection 3
Operating temperature range
from -40°C to +65°C 7
Operating voltage of 2.7V to 5.5V7
Nominal current draw of 2.3mA
(peak ~49mA) at 3.3V, and 3.1mA
(peak ~98mA) at 5V
IP67 Rated
Range Outputs
Pulse width, 1uS/mm resolution
Analog Voltage, 5-mm resolution
(5-meter sensors)
Analog Voltage, 10-mm resolution
(1.5 and 10-meter sensors)
Serial, 1-mm resolution
Available in RS232 (MB736X and
MB7375) or TTL (MB738X and
MB7395)
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HRXL-MaxSonar-WR Pin Out
Pin 1- Temperature Sensor Connection: Leave this pin unconnected if an external temperature sensor is not used. For best accuracy, this
pin is optionally connected to the HR-MaxTemp temperature sensor. Some additional information for the temperature sensor can be found on
page 10 of the datasheet.
Pin 2- Pulse Width Output: This pin outputs a pulse width representation of the distance with a scale factor of 1uS per mm. The pulse
width output is sent with a value within 0.5% of the serial output.
Pin 3- Analog Voltage Output: This pin outputs a single ended analog voltage scaled representation of the distance. This output is
referenced to the sensor ground and Vcc. After the ~50mS power up initialization, the voltage on this pin is set to a low voltage. Once the
sensor has completed a range reading the voltage on this pin is set to the voltage corresponding to the latest measured distance.
The 5-meter sensors (MB7360, MB7369, MB7380 and MB7389) use a scale factor of (Vcc/5120) per 1-mm. The distance is output with a 5-
mm resolution. The analog voltage output is typically within ±5-mm of the serial output.
The 1.5-meter sensors (MB7375 and MB7395) and 10-meter sensors (MB7363, MB7366, MB7368, MB7383, MB7386, and MB7388) use a
scale factor of (Vcc/10240) per 1-mm. The distance is output with a 10-mm resolution. The analog voltage output is typically within ±10-mm
of the serial output.
Using a 10-bit analog to digital converter with the 5-meter sensors, one can read the analog voltage counts (i.e. 0 to 1023) directly and just
multiply the number of counts in the value by 5 to yield the range in mm. For example, a converted value of 60 corresponds to 300-mm
(where 60 x 5 = 300), and 1000 counts corresponds to 5,000-mm (where 1000 x 5 = 5,000-mm).
Using a 10-bit analog to digital converter with the 10-meter sensors, one can read the analog voltage counts (i.e. 0 to 1023) directly and just
multiply the number of counts in the value by 10 to yield the range in mm. For example, 30 counts corresponds to 300-mm (where 30 x 10 =
300), and 1000 counts corresponds to 10,000-mm (where 1000 x 10 = 10,000-mm).
Pin 4- Ranging Start/Stop: This pin is internally pulled high. If this pin is left unconnected or held high, the sensor will continually
measure and output the range data. If held low, the HRXL-MaxSonar-WR will stop ranging. Bring high for 20uS or longer to command a
range reading.
Filtered Range Data: When pin 4 is left high on the sensors, the sensors will continue to range. The data that is output includes a filter for
increased accuracy. The sensors will output the range based on recent range information. The filter does not affect the speed at which data is
made available to the user but instead allows for more consistent range information to be presented. For sensor specific timing and filter
information refer to pages 8 and 9.
Real-time Range Data: When pin 4 is low and then brought high, the sensor will operate in real time and the first reading output will be the
range measured from this first commanded range reading. When the sensor tracks that the RX pin is low after each range reading, and then
the RX pin is brought high, unfiltered real time range information can be obtained. For timing information please refer to pages 8 and 9.
Pin 5-Serial Output: The MB736X/MB7375 sensors have an RS232 data format (with 0V to Vcc levels) and the MB738X/MB7395
sensors have a TTL outputs. The output is an ASCII capital R”, followed by four ASCII character digits representing the range in
millimeters, followed by a carriage return (ASCII 13). The maximum range reported is 4999 mm (5-meter models) or 9998 mm (10-meter
models). A range value of 5000 or 9999 corresponds to no target being detected in the field of view.
The serial data format is 9600 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, with one stop bit (9600-8-N-1).
Because the data is presented in a binary data format, the serial output is most accurate .
V+ Pin 6 - Positive Power, Vcc: The sensor operates on voltages from 2.7V - 5.5V DC. For best operation, the sensor requires that the DC
power be free from electrical noise. (For installations with known dirty electrical power, a 100uF capacitor and 10ohm resistor placed at the
sensor pins between V+ and GND will typically correct the electrical noise.) Please reference page 10 & 11 for minimum operating voltage
verses temperature information.
GND Pin 7 Sensor ground pin: DC return, and circuit common ground.
MaxBotix® Inc.
Copyright 2005 - 2021 MaxBotix Incorporated
Patent 7,679,996
MaxBotix Inc., products are engineered and assembled in the USA.
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HRXL-MaxSonar® - WR/WRCSeries
About Ultrasonic Sensors
The HRXL-MaxSonar-WR ultrasonic sensors are in-air, non-contact object detection and ranging sensors that detect
objects within an area. These sensors are not affected by the color or other visual characteristics of the detected object.
Ultrasonic sensors use high frequency sound to detect and localize objects in a variety of environments. Ultrasonic sensors
measure the time of flight for sound that has been transmitted to and reflected back from nearby objects. Based upon the
time of flight, the sensor outputs a range reading.
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Device Comparison
First Most
High Optimized Alternative
Part Serial Detectable Likely Performance for snow Packages
Number Interface target Filter1 HR Filter2
depth
available
MB7360 RS232
Yes
Yes
Yes
MB7363 RS232
Yes
Yes
MB7366 RS232
Yes
Yes
MB7368 RS232
Yes
Yes
MB7369 RS232
Yes
Yes
Yes
MB7375 RS232
Yes
Yes
Yes
MB7380 TTL
Yes
Yes
Yes
MB7383 TTL
Yes
Yes
MB7386 TTL
Yes
Yes
MB7388 TTL
Yes
Yes
MB7389 TTL
Yes
Yes
Yes
MB7395 TTL
Yes
Yes
Soft/Small
Target
Detection3
Yes
Yes
1.5 Meter
Range
Yes
Yes
5 Meter
Range
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
10 Meter
Range
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Notes
1 Our standard sensors provide the range to the first target they detect. Our most-likely filter allows our sensors to continue looking for larger targets. This way they only give
you the range to the target with the largest return of sound as seen by the sensor. Note that while this will often be the largest target in an environment, there are times when
small targets will reflect more sound to the sensor than larger targets .
2 Exceeds the ability of the first generation XL-MaxSonar-WR models MB70##. Also includes target size compensation, internal temperature sensor, external temperature
sensor, factory calibration, supply voltage drop compensation, continuous automatic calibration, and side lobe suppression.
3 Higher gain and other calibration allows better performance to soft targets.
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Auto Calibration
Each time a HRXL-MaxSonar-WR sensor takes a range reading, it calibrates itself. The sensor uses this data to range
objects. If the temperature, humidity, or applied voltage changes during operation, the sensor will continue to function
normally over the rated temperature range while applying compensation for changes caused by temperature and voltage.
Target Size Compensation
Most low cost ultrasonic rangefinders will report the range to smaller size targets as farther than the actual distance. In
addition, they may also report the range to larger size targets as closer than the actual distance.
The HRXL-MaxSonar-WR sensor line compensates for target size differences. This means that, provided an object is
large enough to be detected, the sensor will report the same distance, typically within 1%1, regardless of target size1.
Smaller targets can have additional detection noise that may limit this feature. In addition, targets with small or rounded
surfaces may have an apparent distance that is slightly farther, where the distance reported may be a composite of the
sensed object(s). Compensation for target size is applied to all range outputs: pulse width, analog voltage, and serial
format output by the sensor.
Supply Voltage Compensation
During power up, the HRXL-MaxSonar-WR sensor line will calibrate itself for changes in supply voltage. Additionally,
the sensor will compensate if the supplied voltage gradually changes.
If the average voltage applied to the sensor changes faster than 0.5V per second, it is best to remove and reapply power to
the sensor.
For best operation, the sensor requires noise free power . If the sensor is used with noise on the supplied power or ground,
the readings may be affected. Typically adding a 100uF capacitor and 10ohm resistor at the sensor between the V+ and
GND pins will correct most power related electrical noise issues.
MaxBotix® Inc.
Copyright 2005 - 2021 MaxBotix Incorporated
Patent 7,679,996
Notes: 1 Refer to section that compares WR to WRC on page 4
MaxBotix Inc., products are engineered and assembled in the USA.
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