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CUI Devices Adds Ultrasonic Sensors Product Line to Sensors Portfolio

LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. — February 16, 2021 — CUI Devices’ Sensors Group today announced the addition of ultrasonic sensors to its product portfolio. Offering a range of transmitter, receiver, and transceiver options with analog outputs, the ultrasonic sensors feature distance ratings from 0.2 up to 18 meters and beam angles of 75 or 80 degrees. The ultrasonic sensors models are housed in compact aluminum or plastic cases with through hole mounting styles, providing users with an economical solution for precise measurement in a variety of detection, distance, and proximity applications.

Carrying frequency ratings from 23 to 40 kHz, peak-to-peak voltage ratings from 80 to 180 V, and operating temperature ranges from -30 up to 85°C, these ultrasonic sensors further offer sound pressure levels from 105 to 115 dB and sensitivity ratings from -75 to -68 dBV. The models also feature diameters as small as 9.8 mm and profiles as low as 7 mm.

The CUSA and CUSP ultrasonic sensor models are available immediately with prices starting at $2.16 per unit at 100 pieces through distribution. Please contact CUI Devices for OEM pricing.

Summary
Product name: Ultrasonic Sensors
Availability: Stock to 10 weeks
Possible users: Detection, distance, and proximity applications
Primary features: Transmitter, receiver, and transceiver options, analog outputs
Cost: $2.16 per unit at 100 pieces through distribution

View details for CUI Devices’ ultrasonic sensors

About CUI Devices
CUI Devices is a technology company focused on the development, manufacturing, and distribution of electronic components for a broad base of market segments. In operation as CUI Inc since 1989, CUI Devices has built customer and partner relationships and value by focusing on making the design engineer’s job easier and more successful through best-in-class online experiences, technical support, and customer service. In September 2019, CUI Devices announced a partial buy-out of CUI Inc’s operations, purchasing the Interconnect, Audio, Thermal Management, Motion, Sensor, and Switches lines. As a stand-alone entity, CUI Devices will continue to invest in the future through new technologies, talented employees, expanded manufacturing capabilities, and a growing global reach. To learn more, visit www.cuidevices.com.

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