Multiturn sensor

  • 21-Dec-2010 08:29 EST
vishay sensor.jpg

The 10-turns 34 THE multiturn sensor from Vishay Intertechnology features noncontact sensing and is available with servo or bushing mounts for applications in harsh environments. Hall-effect technology gives the 34 THE the ability to perform in high-frequency vibration conditions up to 20 g and in shocks up to 50 g. The THE offers a life of 50 million cycles with a servo mount and 10 million cycles with a bushing mount, making it suitable for servo control of steering wheels in marine and other off-highway applications. Vishay can provide specific angles up to 3600°. The sensor features accurate linearity to ±0.5 % and 5 V. Overvoltage protection is +20 V, and reverse voltage protection is -10 V. Available with single and redundant signals, the 0.9 in (22.2 mm) size provides continuous performance for the life of the device with no drift.

HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Rate It
0.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

Heavy-duty trucks have been using telematics for years to communicate a relatively narrow view of engine status. Manufacturers and fleet operators are now looking at the Internet of Things (IoT) to provide an expanded view of truck health, says Bsquare's Dave McCarthy.
Partnership between Omnitracs and Peloton Technology brings platooning technology to fleet customers.
Navistar president and CEO Troy Clarke recently signaled an acceleration of new product offerings and integrations stemming from its partnership with Volkswagen Truck & Bus. Chief among these activities is to converge the two companies’ connectivity activities and to develop an electric-powered, medium-duty vehicle for the U.S. by late 2019 or early 2020.
POSIHALL is ASM Sensors’ (Elmhurst, IL) new magnetic multiturn encoder technology.

Related Items

Training / Education
Training / Education