Showing posts with label Ultrasonic-Circuits. Show all posts
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Monday, October 03, 2016

Ultrasonic distance measurement

The following was submitted on June 7th, 2007 at 01:47AM (PDT). message: sent me the ultrasonic distance meter circuit

Mail from MS

Design of an Ultrasonic Distance Meter

There are several ways to measure distance without contact. One way is to use ultrasonic waves at 40 kHz for distance measurement. Ultrasonic transducers measure the amount of time taken for a pulse of sound to travel to a particular surface and return as the reflected echo.

DIY Ultrasonic Rangefinder

The ultrasonic transducers used in rangefinders like the Parallax Ping typically operate at about 40 kHz, but the surplus transducers I purchased have a lower resonant frequency of 24.50khz +/- 0.25khz.

Ultrasonic Range & Imager.

This is the electronic schematic of the homebuilt SONAR. Only one piezoelectric tranducer is used for both tramsmit & receive. This transducer is switched from TX to RX via the four 4016 switches. A high gain amplifier stage & rectifier translates the received echoes into voltage pulses.

Ultrasonic Distance Measurement With the MSP430

Ultrasonic Distance Measurement With the MSP430

This application report describes a distance-measuring system based on ultrasonic sound utilizing the MSP430F413 ultralow-power microcontroller. The system transmits a burst of ultrasonic sound waves towards the subject and then receives the corresponding echo. The MSP430 integrated analog comparator Comparator_A is used to detect the arrival of the echo to the system.


Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Ultra Sound Sender Detecter Diagram

I am a University Physics technical staff member and I am searching a Diagram and full detals about Ultra sound detecter (Sender & receiver & Detecter). It must be arround (Detecting range ) 1.2 MHz. This is for the student practical activities.

Pl help me if you have any information. This will be a gratefull help to the students for their studings.

Mail from PBG Sri Lanka

See an earlier post - Ultrasonic distance measurement if i find more it will be added here Ultrasound Have a look at all links below, that might help

Ultrasonic Sound

"Sounds in the range 20-100kHz are commonly used for communication and navigation by bats, dolphins, and some other species. Much higher frequencies, in the range 1-20 MHz, are used for medical ultrasound."

Ultra Sound Sensor

4QD-TEC: Ultrasonics: remote control and Intruder detector - These ultrasonic circuits are all quite old: my notes date them at mid-70s so ... The last circuit is an ultrasonic preamp with a twin T feedback to make it ...

Schematics Depot (tm) - ultrasonic switch circuit - The ultrasonic receiver circuit uses an ultrasonic receiver transducer to sense ultrasonic signals. It also uses a two-stage amplifier, a rectifier stage, ...

Silicon Chip Online - Circuit Notebook - Besides being used as a Bat Detector, the circuit could also be used as a simple tool to indicate frequency, to find tyre punctures (which emit ultrasound), ...

Ultrasonic (Ultrasound) Electronic Circuits - Ultrasonic (Ultrasound) Circuits