When the target wheel or gear is rotating clockwise, the output signal # 1 leads output signal # 2, and when the target is rotating counter clockwise, the output signal # 2 leads output signal # 1. Both output signals will be 50% duty cycle with proper alignment of sensor and target gear Read more...More Product Announcements from Sensoronix, Inc.
The SST-7000 series accepts a pulsed input and provides an extremely accurate 4 – 20 mA
output representing speed of rotating machinery for a local panel meter or PLC analog
input card. The SST-7100 also provides a quick relay response to over / under speed
conditions. Applications include speed measurement & overspeed protection of industrial
engines, t... Read more...
PART NUMBER EP 102XX by Sensoronix
Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the distortion of magnetic field created by a ferrous target. Quadrature sensors provide two 90º out of phase digital outputs to record speed and direction. Read more...More Product Announcements from Sensoronix, Inc.
The DR1000 features precise setpoint capability over a broad range of speeds starting at 0.5 rpm, making it ideal for super slow speed applications. The DR1000 monitors shaft speeds, detecting shaft slowdown to within 1% of the set point. A DPDT control relay rated at 5A at 30 VDC/l20 VAC resistive, serves as the output. Read more...More Product Announcements from Electro-Sensors, Inc.
The Electro-Sensors LRB1000 provides one individually adjustable setpoint for monitoring a single rotating shaft and the LRB2000 provides two individually adjustable setpoints. Read more...More Product Announcements from Electro-Sensors, Inc.
Electro-Sensors SCP1000 and SCP2000 Speed Switches provide one or two individually adjustable relay setpoints ideal for applications where speed indication for alarm and shutdown purposes is critical for safe and efficient equipment operation. Read more...More Product Announcements from Electro-Sensors, Inc.
The popular Electro-Sensors M100T and M5000T Speed Switches are ideal for detecting unwanted slow down or stoppage of process equipment. In the event of rotational failure, such as broken drives, belt slippage, product overloads, clogs and jams, the control relay can be used to provide equipment shut down and/or alarm. Read more...More Product Announcements from Electro-Sensors, Inc.