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Stall Torque (N.m)
3.1 4.2 3.1 to 4.2
Stall Current (A)
1.2 1.5 1.2 to 1.5
Max No Load Speed (rpm)
27 37 27 to 37
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10 14.8 10 to 14.8
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  1. Exc. VAT: £25.58 Inc. VAT: £30.70
    This is the fantastically easy to use sensor from Maxbotix. We are extremely pleased with the size, quality, and ease of use of this little range finder. The serial interface is a bit odd (it's RS232 instead of standard TTL), but the PWM and Analog interfaces will allow any micro to listen easily enough. The sensor provides very accurate readings of 0 to 255 inches (0 to 6.45m) in 1 inch increments with little or no dead zone!
  2. Exc. VAT: £25.58 Inc. VAT: £30.70
    This is the fantastically easy to use sensor from Maxbotix. We are extremely pleased with the size, quality, and ease of use of this little range finder. The serial interface is a bit odd (it's RS232 instead of TTL), but the PWM and Analog interfaces will allow any micro to listen easily enough. The sensor provides very accurate readings of 0 to 255 inches (0 to 6.45m) in 1 inch increments with little or no dead zone!
  3. Exc. VAT: £45.67 Inc. VAT: £54.80
    The XL series of MaxSonars are a super high-performance version of the easy-to-use sonar range finder from Maxbotix. The XL series of this sensor features higher resolution, longer range, higher power output and better calibration when compared to the LV version.
  4. Exc. VAT: £45.67 Inc. VAT: £54.80
    The XL series of MaxSonars are a super high-performance version of the easy-to-use sonar range finder from Maxbotix. The XL series of this sensor features higher resolution, longer range, higher power output and better calibration when compared to the LV version.
  5. Ultrasonic Range Finder - XL-MaxSonar-EZ4 Sale
    Exc. VAT: £35.70 Inc. VAT: £42.84 £54.80

    The XL series of MaxSonars are a super high-performance version of the easy-to-use sonar range finder from Maxbotix. The XL series of this sensor features higher resolution, longer range, higher power output and better calibration when compared to the LV version.
  6. Exc. VAT: £76.75 Inc. VAT: £92.10
    This is the new, weather resistant, field-hardened WR1 from Maxbotix. The XL series of this sensor features higher resolution, longer range, higher power output and better calibration when compared to the LV version.
  7. Exc. VAT: £84.17 Inc. VAT: £101.00
    This is the Vernier Motion Detector, a simple sensor that can be used to collect position, velocity and acceleration data of moving objects. This Vernier sensor can be used to study the motion of walking individuals, bouncing objects, a swinging pendulum, or anything else that moves.
  8. Exc. VAT: £45.58 Inc. VAT: £54.70
    The X-Band Motion Detector from Parallax is a common ingredient in security systems and automatic door openers, and can detect movements in a room, yard, or even on the other side of a wall!
  9. Exc. VAT: £14.58 Inc. VAT: £17.50
    You may be familiar with the classic HC-SR04 distance sensor, it is great for providing non-contact distance readings from 2cm to 400cm. This board improves on the classic by adding a Qwiic connector to it, so now you can communicate over I2C. If you prefer to bypass the Qwiic connector and I2 you can also access the Trigger and Echo pins which are broken out on the edge of the board.
  10. Exc. VAT: £17.50 Inc. VAT: £21.00
    The ZX Distance and Gesture Sensor is a touchless sensor that is capable of looking for simple gestures. Developed in conjunction with XYZ Interactive, the sensor uses their GestureSense® technology to recognize the distance of an object away from the sensor up to about 12 inches (30cm, referred to as the “Z” axis) and the location of the object from side to side across the sensor in about a 6-inch (15cm) span, referred to as the “X” axis. You will be able to use I2C or UART to communicate with the ZX Sensor via a microcontroller or computer.