Lynxmotion Aluminum Multi-Purpose Sensor Bracket MPSH-01

LynxmotionSKU: RB-Lyn-75
Manufacturer #: MPSH-01

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Description

  • High quality black anodized brushed aluminum bracket 
  • The universal mounting holes allow attaching the SRF-04, SRF-05, SRF-08 or the Sharp GP2 series of IR Sensors to a servo
  • Bracket can also be used to static mount the sensors to a robot body
  • Includes hardware to mount a single sensor to the bracket, and to mount the bracket to a servo

Assembly Instructions

Step 1: Ultrasonic Sensor
Note that not all ultrasonic sensors work with this bracket. Tested sensors include the PING and several from Devantech. Attach the hex spacer to the bracket as shown, using two 2-56 x .250 screws and 2-56 spacers in opposite corners. Leave them a little loose.

Lynxmotion Aluminum Multi-Purpose Sensor Bracket MPSH-01- Click to Enlarge

Step 2: Ultrasonic Sensor
Attach the ultrasonic sensor using two 2-56 x .250 screws and tighten in place.

Lynxmotion Aluminum Multi-Purpose Sensor Bracket MPSH-01- Click to Enlarge

Step 3: IR Sensor
Attach a Sharp GP-series IR sensor to the bracket as shown using two 4-40 screws and nuts.

Lynxmotion Aluminum Multi-Purpose Sensor Bracket MPSH-01- Click to Enlarge

Step 4
Attach the bracket to a Hitec standard nylon servo horn as shown using two #2 tapping screws.

Customer Reviews

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E
Edward
Great bracket

Perfect for mounting IR sensor

G
George
Simple, functional, but may require some rework to mount your sensor

I purchased this to hold an ultrasonic sensor that I was mounting to a pan/tilt head to do sonar mapping. I had purchased the ultrasonic sensors (HC-SR04) from other sources. They did not match up to the mounting holes in this housing. I ended up using some double sided tape to hold the sensor to the housing. (The HC-SR04 sensors are not very good!) I subsequently purchased a MaxSonar (MB1340) sensor. That sensor did not match the mounting holes either, but it was not difficult to drill out some new mounting holes.

d
db
Very good bracket!

Used to mount Seeed ultrasonic rangefinder for tracked vehicle Rover v2

J
John R
Nice piece of metal

Piece of metal is exactly as described

M
Marina
Meets the users needs.

Meets the users needs.

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