Honeywell Quadrature Speed & Direction Sensor

Product Announcement from Honeywell Sensing and Internet of Things


Honeywell’s SNG-Q Series Quadrature Speed and Direction Sensors are designed to provide both speed and direction information. Speed information is provided from digital square wave outputs; direction is provided using a quadrature output with signals 90° phase shifted from each other. With the quadrature output, target direction is determined by output lead/lag phase shifting.

Value to Customers

  • Higher reliability: IP69K rating, EMC radiated immunity protection, O-ring seal and wide operating temperature range:
    • Improves equipment uptime
    • Minimizes service costs
    • Provides resistance to high electrical noise
    • Provides resistance to moisture intrusion
    • Wide operating temperature range
    • Attempts to substantially reinforce the customer’s brand equity
  • Cost-competitive: Designed and manufactured using a platform-based approach that enables better cost competitiveness and mechanical and electrical configurability for customers.
  • Enhanced accuracy: Dual differential Hall-effect sensor IC technology allows an enhanced ability to detect small target features.
  • Flexible: Wide operating temperature range, robust electrical noise immunity and enhanced environmental sealing capability allow flexibility of use in the application.
  • Expedites installation: O-ring seal for use in pressure applications and a fixed mounting flange allows for a simpler installation process, using one fastener.