Ultrasonic Sensors

Ultrasonic Sensor
Ultrasonic sensors emit ultrasonic waves in the air that reflect off of objects. The reflected sound is then received by the sensor. This technology is used for detection of objects in burglar alarms and automatic doors as well as for range measurement in automotive parking assistance systems. 

Murata Icon X Product Lineup

The sustained development of unique piezoelectric ceramic technology at Murata over the years has allowed the company to commercialize a diverse lineup of compact high- performance aerial ultrasonic sensors.

Frequency:300kHz
Size:φ9.9mm, t=7.3mm
High resolution

Lead type
Frequency:40kHz
Size:φ9.9mm, t=7.1mm
Transmitter and reciever only use

SMD type(suitable for surface mounting)
Frequency:40kHz
Size:5.2×5.2mm, t=1.15mm
Dual use transmitter and receiver

Frequency:58kHz etc..
Size:φ14mm
Dual use transmitter and receiver

  • Basic knowledge

    Basic knowledge about ultrasonic sensors, including the principle by which they produce sound, their characteristics, and their basic circuit configurations.

  • Application guides:Usage and applications

    Learn the operating principle of distance detection and the usage and applications of ultrasonic sensors in PAS applications, human detection, and more.