Hall-effect sensor

  • 30-Mar-2011 02:27 EDT
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Spectrum Sensors & Controls' precise, noncontact Hall-effect position sensors feature absolute linearity of ±0.1% through precision machining, chip-tuning capability, and electronic testing processes. The 12-bit resolution devices are available in 0.5, 0.875, and 0.875 in dual (12.7, 22.23, and 22.23 mm) double-redundant sizes, with high temperature and custom versions available. Hall-effect sensors convert energy from a magnetic field into an electrical signal, enabling contact-less operation and yielding nearly unlimited life cycles. Sensors offer a solution for harsh environment applications involving temperature, vibration, moisture, and dirt, making them suitable for various functions on a range of off-highway vehicles and equipment.

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