These lightweight brackets are made from 0.8mm-thick aluminum and are specifically designed to work with Sharp’s analog GP2Y0A02, GP2Y0A21, and GP2Y0A41 distance sensors. Three versions are available: compact perpendicular and parallel versions, and a slightly larger but more versatile multi-option version that allows for mounting the sensor in either orientation along with greater flexibility in sensor placement relative to the mounting surface.
|Family of brackets for Sharp GP2Y0A02, GP2Y0A21, and GP2Y0A41 Distance Sensors.|
The brackets are strong enough to hold their default 90° bend, but they can be bent by hand to different angles if the application calls for it.
|Example of the Bracket for Sharp GP2Y0A02, GP2Y0A21, and GP2Y0A41 Distance Sensor – Perpendicular bent to a different angle.|
The brackets are sold in pairs, and four M3×5mm screws and nuts are included (two for each bracket) for securing the sensors to the brackets. The other side of each bracket has mounting options intended for use with #4 or M3 screws.
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This compact version of the bracket allows for the sensor to be mounted in a tall and slender perpendicular orientation. For a slightly more compact solution, the sensor can also be mounted on the inside of the L-shaped bracket.
The following diagram shows the dimensions for the perpendicular bracket is also available as a downloadable PDF (71k pdf).
|Dimension diagram of Bracket for Sharp GP2Y0A02, GP2Y0A21, and GP2Y0A41 Distance Sensors – Perpendicular. Units are mm over [inches].|
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