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Acuity RangeFinder 2500 Sensor

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Rujul Desai

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hi,

anyone know that how many output voltages and current required on (Rx+,RX-,Tx+& Tx- pins)for AR2500 sensor ?

its datasheet shows only its operating voltages.

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Hi,

i don´t know your sensor, but maybe datasheet says about RS485 standard or similar, then this information is sufficient.

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hi,

ya its RS422 standrad used for output but i want to know output voltage , because on that basis i want to find RS422 driver.

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Hi,

if it has RS422 outputs, then you need a RS422 RECEIVER.
Any RS422 receiver should be able to receive the data.

Look for transmission speed, receiver side power supply voltage, receiver side data voltage level.
But these information the sensor´s datasheet can´t tell.


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Hi,

so from where i can get this information?
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1) wikipedia "RS422", if not directely fond on the page, then follow the links to the specifications.
2) google "RS422 levels" or "RS422 specification"
3) any RS422 transmitter/receiver datasheet

you only need to read one source of these thousands...

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