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Matsushita #0D24K2. 0.95" diameter x 0.38" metal case. 0.65" long pc leads on 0.4" centers.
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A customer from On Earth as it is in Austin
A Nice Unit, But Watch Polarity
Characterized 320 of these units. Manufacturing tolerances are pretty tight overall. Average values for 320 units:
Clamping (DC) Capacitance (C0): 2.81 nF
Fctr: 24.495 kHz
BW (3dB): 906 Hz

Watch polarity, however. Some of these units are connected 'backward' internally. Two otherwise identical units will, for example, under identical circumstances produce (as receivers) electrical outputs that are 180 degrees out-of-phase. In some applications correct phasing is important, so beware.

All 320 units functioned satisfactorily at 21 Vp-p (sine) drive levels. 21 Vp-p seems to be the max drive level for this style of PZT, but there isn't much literature available Out There for these 24 kHz units (most extant literature - such as it is - centers on the more commonly available 40 kHz units).

Btw: I selected a handful of units for destructive testing and found that several units survived up to 122 Vp-p drive levels at resonance for the two-hour duration of this part of my tests. Several units 'bought the farm' at less than 35Vp-p drive levels, so I would assume the max drive levels for rest of the lot are probably 'all over the map' as well.

Hope this info was helpful.

A customer from Calif*
3 lobe cardioid
24.50khz +/- 0.25khz is the range, beyond which it's dead. Has a 3 lobe cardioid pattern. Sharp cutoff near 30 deg off center, then it picks up again. Ran it up to 20V p-p without issue. Leads fit standard proto boards without any force. Shroud easily comes off by destroying the metal nubs, giving you a look inside. No plastic in this part, so the leads don't slide up & down when you solder them.

A customer from Los Angeles, CA
hookup info?
are these parts polarized? how much current should they draw? can you hear/feel when one is emitting?
forgive the newbish questions, but this is my first time experimenting with ultrasonic transducers, and I'm having trouble measuring any coil resistance or current through the device @ 5v. thank you.

A customer from yahoo
circuit to drive dog away from your neighborhood

A customer from GALESBURG, IL US
Excellent product
I have manufactured many transmitters and recievers using this device. All my customers love it. They do have a high impedance. The frequency response is 8khz-70khz. Will continue to order many more in the future.