Product Announcement from Smith Systems, Inc.
Passive Speed Sensor From Smith Systems:
075-003- Magna -Tran® Model 7500 Series Standard Passive Speed Sensor ( 3/4 - 16 UNF-2A)
- Flow meters
- Pump shaft speed
- Transmission speed
- Multiple engine synchronization
- Engine RPM
- Feedback for speed control
- Over/under speed
- Crankshaft position/engine timing
- Wheel speed
- Auto racing
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Why Smith Systems?
Smith Systems, Inc.is an innovative manufacturer of state-of-the-art sensing products serving the world marketplace, dedicated to customer satisfaction, employee growth and community enhancement
Smith Systems, Inc.is firmly committed to the philosophy that quality and reliability make a product cost effective. To that end, Smith Systems, Inc.is not only concerned with customer wants, but customer needs and customer satisfaction. We are committed to service by providing the most reliable product possible.
High output, High Sensitivity Passive speed sensors convert mechanical motion to A/C voltage without an external power source. These self-contained magnetic sensors produce a magnetic field which, when in the proximity of ferrous objects in motion, generate a voltage. When a magnetic sensor is mounted in the proximity of a ferrous metal target, such as gear teeth on a rotating shaft, the voltage output frequency is directly proportional to the rotational speed of the target. Typically, lower in maintenance and operating costs than mechanical devices, these sensors have no switches to wear out, no rotating couplings to snap or bulbs to burn out. Magna-Tran® speed sensors are available in a variety of housing configurations and terminations. These self-generating sensors are available can supply signal outputs as high as 375 Volts Peak to Peak, depending on the application. These passive sensors are designed to accommodate a broad spectrum of temperatures ranging from -65°F to 450°F and are resistant to oil, dirt and moisture, and pass MIL-STD-202, Method 204, Condition D vibration tests.