Hall-effect sensor

  • 11-Jul-2008 11:06 EDT
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Designed with BEI Duncan Electronics’ second-generation Hall-effect chip technology, the 9360 sensor features 360° rotation capabilities to meet a broad range of sensing needs, including rotary position for specialty vehicles. The noncontacting rotary dual-output device combines the durability of Duncan’s existing 9900 sensor technology with the new Hall-effect technology that allows 360° of absolute position feedback and infinite rotation. Performance characteristics include an electrical angle of 0-359.9 degrees and an operating temperature range of -40 to +85°C (-40 to +185°F) with a wider temperature range of up to 125°C (257°F) available optionally. With a rugged package for harsh environments, the 9360 is suitable for high-vibration applications in heavy equipment, off-highway, and marine markets. Specific uses include throttle control and brake pedals, wheel positioning for tractors, farm implement position feedback, and forklift position sensing.




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