Rotary sensor

  • 02-Sep-2008 03:31 EDT
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The 9360 noncontacting rotary dual output Hall-effect sensor from BEI Duncan Electronics features 360-degree rotation capability to meet a range of sensing needs including rotary position for specialty vehicles and motion control for automation applications. The device incorporates a Neodymium disk magnet for enhanced accuracy and reliability and a liquid-tight sealed package that meets and/or exceeds protection seal class IP66/IP67. Applications include throttle control and brake pedals, wheel positioning for tractors, farm implement position feedback, and forklift position sensing.
For more information, visit Convergence booth 883

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