SU, UK, UT, and TU series round body and UQ series cubic plastic ultrasonic distance sensors from AutomationDirect are now available in sensing distance ranges from 60mm to 8000mm, in metal or plastic housings, and M18 (18mm) and M30 (30mm) barrel or head sizes. Discrete and analog output sensors and models with both analog and discrete switching outputs are available.
Discrete models are available with adjustable sensitivity and one sensor can be standardized for many materials. Operating voltages from 10 to 30VDC are available; temperature ranges up to +70C are now offered on some models. Most sensors provide LED status indicators and have 2m output cable or M12 quick-disconnect connection options. All ultrasonic sensors are IEC IP67 rated.
In this video, we demonstrate how to determine which mode a UK1 series of ultrasonic sensors has been programmed to (show function).
In this video, we demonstrate how to determine which configuration a MicroDetector ultrasonic sensor with teach button has been programmed to. We are using one of our UK series of sensors in this video. To determine which configuration the sensor has been programmed to, turn the power off, press the teach button in and hold, then power the sensor back on while holding the button in. The green LED will illuminate once power is turned on. Release the button and the yellow LED will display which configuration the sensor has been programmed to. In our example, the left and right yellow LEDs illuminated telling us that it has been programmed to two-point mode. Press the teach button again or power cycle to set the sensor back to operating configuration. Thank you for watching this video. Please follow along to our other videos on programming and setting up the Microdetector ultrasonic sensors. Be sure to check out our other videos on sensors. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our award-winning technical support team during regular business hours, they will be happy to help. Click on this video to learn more about AutomationDirect's support options and click here to learn more or see more videos on sensor products. Be sure to click here to subscribe to our YouTube channel and be notified of new videos. Don't forget to hit the like button below.