Multi-Turn Hall Effect Sensor Lives Long

Multi-Turn Hall Effect Sensor Lives Long

The HSM22M rotary Hall-effect sensor promises a very long and productive lifespan, in the realm of 20 times longer than 10-turn contact-type components. The bushing-mount sensor specifies an independent linearity tolerance of ±0.5% FS, mechanical rotating angle of 360º (endless), an effective electrical angle of 3600º (±7º), and a single or dual output. Applied voltage is 12V, but 24V is optional. For more info, visit http://www.altheris.com/p/40439/40457/Sensors-Rotation-sensors/Rotatie-hall-sensoren/Rotary-Hall-effect-sensor-HSM22M/A062-10511-008

ALTHEN Sensors & Controls Inc.
Oceanside CA
858-633-3572
http://www.altheris.com
 

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