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Supplier: Digi-Key Electronics
Description: IC FLUXGATE SENSOR 20WQFN
- Technology: Flux-gate / Coil
- Outputs / Interfaces: Analog Voltage
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 257 F
Supplier: AlphaLab, Inc.
Description: An improvement on the flux gate magnetometer, the DC Milligauss Meter measures magnetic fields (technically "flux density") up to several times the strength of the Earth field. It has a resolution of 0.01 milligauss (1nanotesla) and a range of +/-2000 milligauss (200 microteslas). The meter's
- Device Type: Gaussmeter (Tesla Meter)
- Form Factor: Handheld
- Outputs / Interfaces: Other
- Number of Axes: 3
Current Sensors - CSN Series closed loop current sensor, measures ac, dc or impulse current, 50 amp-turns nominal, ±90 amp-turns range, miniature housing, 2000 turn -- CSNE151-204
Description: The CSN Series of closed loop current sensors are based on the principles of the Magnetoresistive or Hall effects, and the null balance or zero magnetic flux method (feedback system). The magnetic flux in the sensor core is constantly controlled at zero. The amount of current required to balance
- Loop Type: Closed Loop
- Current Type: AC Current, DC Current
- Mounting / Configuration: Printed Circuit Board
- Power Requirements: DC Powered
Linear Position Sensors - 4AV Series Hall-Effect Vane with 24 AWG irradiated polyethelene 558,8 mm [22 in] lead wires -- 4AV19F
Description: AV vane operated integral magnet position sensors are operated by passing a ferrous vane through the gap between the Hall sensor and the magnet, shunting the magnetic flux away from the sensor. AVs can be used as limit switches by operating with a single large vane; as tachometer sensors by using
- Technology: Magnetoresistive Linear Position Sensor/Switch
Supplier: Sensoronix, Inc.
Description: amplifier to boost the output to a higher level. These sensors are ideal for applications such as magnetic flux measurement, displacement, and linear output rotary measurement.
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 185 F
- Power Requirements: DC Powered
- Output: Voltage, Current
- Body: Cylindrical
Supplier: Exsenco, LLC
Description: Linear Inductance-L Transducer L2DT is a sensor of which inductance changes with displacement of the copper sleeve covering a sensor probe. 10kHz sine wave excites the solenoid coil of the L2DT sensor. It generates the short ring effect as a copper sleeve covers a sensor probe. The magnetic flux
- Measurement Range: 3.94 to 19.69 inch
- Linearity: 0.5000 ±% Full Scale
- Operating Temperature: 32 to 302 F
- Encoder Reading: Incremental
Magnetic Sensor Chips - APS00A instrumentation amplifier for the APS00B series high resolution magnetic angular position sensor IC, plastic, surface mount, SOIC-8, 1000 units/tape and 178 mm [7 in] reel -- APS00A
Description: Honeywell APS00B High Resolution Angular Position Sensor IC (Integrated Circuit) is a miniature surface mount device for angular or rotary displacement designed for magnetic saturating field sensing. The APS00B creates an analog output voltage that varies with the direction of the magnetic flux
- Packing Method: Tape Reel
Supplier: American Microsemiconductor, Inc.
Description: Flux Range of +-500
- Package Type / Mounting: Through Hole Technology (THT), Other
- Input (Supply) Voltage: 8 volts
- Operating Temperature: -4 to 185 F
Description: The IC senses the angular position of a permanent magnet placed above the chip. The permanent magnet must be diametrically polarized and of cylindrical shape. The AM512B uses Hall sensor technology to detect the magnetic flux density distribution at the surface of the silicon. Hall sensors
- Encoder Technology: Magnetic
- Encoder Type: Absolute, Incremental
- Maximum Mechanical Shaft Speed: 30000 rpm
- Encoder Output: SSI, Other
Magnetic Speed Sensors - Hazardous Location VRS Sensor, 15,9 mm [0.625 in] M16 diameter, 30 Vp-p, -55 ºC to 120 ºC [-67 ºF to 250 ºF], 16 DP (module 1.58) or coarser, 40 kHz, 65 mm [2.55 in] approx. length -- 3042A
Description: magnet in the sensor establishes a fixed magnetic field. The approach and passing of a ferrous metal target near the sensor’s pole piece (sensing area) changes the flux of the magnetic field, dynamically changing its strength. This change in magnetic field strength induces a current into a coil
- Sensor Technology: Magnetoresistive, Variable Reluctance
- Linear Speed Range: 14.96 in/sec
- Output: Voltage
- Threaded Barrel: Threaded Barrel
Description: are designed to used in conjunction with Micro-Drives' DC motors, Brushless Motors, and Precision Gearheads for a complete miniature drive system. Operating principle of magnetic encoders Magnetic encoders are based on a multi-pole, permanent magnet disc mounted directly on the motor shaft. Magnetic flux
- Electrical Output and Interface: Digital: Square Wave
- Encoder Technology: Magnetic
- Resolution (counts per revolution): 16 (counts/revolution)
- Count Rate: 15000 Hz
Supplier: Monarch Instrument
Description: The new GE200 HP is a non-contact electromagnetic inductive sensor designed for making RPM measurements on gasoline engines. The sensor will detect the high voltage flux field being induced from ignition coils or magnetos on 2 or 4 cycle gasoline engines. The GE200 HP must be connected
- Rotational Speed Range: 1 to 99999 rpm
- Tachometer Type: Speed Sensor Only
- Sensor Technology: Non Contact
- Display: None
Supplier: Infineon Technologies AG
Description: The TLE 4927C detects the motion and position of ferromagnetic and permanent magnet structures by measuring the differential flux density of the magnetic field. A self-calibration mode ensures optimum accuracy. Few transitions after start up the sensor has already finished self-calibration and has
- Sensor Type: Other
- Sensor Grade / Operating Range: Other
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
Supplier: Dexter Magnetic Technologies, Inc.
Description: with a patented permanent magnet assembly produced by Dexter. Using rare earth magnets, our design is capable of generating gap flux densities as high as 30+ kOe (2.4 MA/m). The working gap field is greater than the residual induction of the magnet material. This is accomplished by superposition of magnetic
- Magnet Type: Magnetic Assembly
Supplier: ValueTronics International, Inc.
Description: by a magnetic modulator, also called a fluxgate or second-harmonic detector. The AC component is detected by an active Hereward transformer. The two circuits are cascaded in a common feedback loop to generate a current and hence magnetic flux which always cancels the primary current flux. The IPCT outputShow More
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: saturation magnetic flux density, low coercive force, and high permeability, which are important in soft magnetic materials applications. Corrosion not only decreases the service life of soft magnetic materials, creating the need for system replacement, but can also damage the soft magnetic propertiesShow More
Rotary Position Sensors - RTY Series, single output style, 180° (±90°) operating range, 5 Vdc supply voltage, North American pinout style; 4.5 Vdc (left) 0.5 Vdc (right) output voltage, without lever -- RTY180LVNBX
Description: The RTY Series Hall-Effect Rotary Position Sensors provide angle monitoring in harsh transportation and industrial applications at a competitive cost. These products use a magnetically biased, Hall-effect integrated circuit (IC) to sense rotary movement of the actuator shaft over a set operating
- Sensor Technology: Hall Effect Sensor
- Category of Device: Sensor Element / Chip, Instrument / Meter
Standards and Technical Documents - Measurement methods for electromagnetic fields of household appliances and similar apparatus with regard to human exposure -- IEC 62233:2005
Description: Deals with electromagnetic fields up to 300 GHz and defines methods for evaluating the electric field strength and magnetic flux density around household and similar electrical appliances, including the conditions during testing as well as measuring distances and positions. Appliances mayShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Development of a Miniaturized Position Sensing System for Measuring Brain Motion During Impact - BIOMED 2013
Description: ;receiverâ€ coil triads. Each generator coil transmits a sinusoidal electromagnetic signal at a unique frequency, and groups of three orthogonally arranged â€receiverâ€ coils detect these signals. Because of the oscillatory nature of these signals, the magnetic flux throughShow More
Supplier: TE Connectivity – Sensors
Description: external pressures up to 1,000 PSI [70 bars]. Double magnetic shielding offers excellent protection from external electromagnetic fields. The HCA/HCA-RA Series can be configured with a number of standard options including but not limited to high temperature operation (+220ºC) and mild radiation
- Technology: LVDT Linear Position Sensor
- Measurement Range: 0.1250 inch
- Linearity: 0.2500 to 0.5000 ±% Full Scale
- Operating Temperature: -65 to 300 F
Supplier: Integrated Engineering Software
Description: shielding Cyclotrons, solenoids and transformers Magnetic levitation and bearing systems Sensors and magnetic instrumentation Fast and accurate, AMPERES calculates force, torque, flux linkage and inductance. Our powerful parametric solvers allow designers to automatically vary and experimentShow More
Supplier: Tamura Corporation of America
Description: The magnetic flux created by the primary current (If) is balanced through a secondary coil using the magnetic probe device to provide a feedback and associated electronic circuitry to drive a compensating current in the secondary coil. The secondary (compensating) current is an exact (instantaneous
- Loop Type: Closed Loop
- Current Type: AC Current, DC Current
- Technology: Other
- Mounting / Configuration: Printed Circuit Board
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Magnetic Sensors Corporation
Position Switches from Magnetic Sensors Corp.
MSC position switches employ hall effect technology to sense presence or absence of target magnet. Hall Effect Position Switches. Part No,. Size. Input Voltage. Output. Current. Target. Mag Flux. Density. Requirement. Operating. Temp °C. 413008-00. 1.155 x .500 x .366. +5 to +24 VDC. 40 mA Max. Magnet. 200 Gause Min. -40 to 105. 413019-20. 1.155 x .500 x .366. +5 to +24 VDC. 20 mA Max. Magnet. 200 Gause Min. -40 to 105. Other configurations and specifications are available. Contact your MSC... (read more)
Browse Hall Effect Proximity Sensors Datasheets for Magnetic Sensors Corporation
OnAxis™ magnetic encoder in NEMA 11 motor
the magnetic flux density distribution at the surface of the silicon and delivers a voltage representation of the magnetic field distribution. Sine and cosine voltage outputs from the Hall sensors vary with magnet position, and are converted to absolute position with a fast 8-bit flash interpolator. Relative changes of angle position are output as incremental A quad B signals with 8-bit/256 counts per revolution. With an operational range of -40°C to 125°C, high resistance to shock and vibration... (read more)
Browse Absolute Rotary Encoders Datasheets for Renishaw
Linear Position Sensor HL Displacement Measurement
PART NUMBER EP1010X by Sensoronix. Non- contact magnetic sensors that are designed to respond to a wide range of positive or negative magnetic fields and can sense relatively small changes in a magnetic field. By having magnet as a target, this unit produces a Ratio-metric Rail-To-Rail linear output. It also has an internal amplifier to boost the output to a higher level. These sensors are ideal for applications such as magnetic flux measurement, displacement, and linear output rotary (read more)
Browse Linear Position Sensors Datasheets for Sensoronix, Inc.
Hall Effect Displacement Sensor w/ Linear Output
Part Number: HL030-400 by Sensoronix. Non- contact magnetic sensors that are designed to respond to a wide range of positive or negative magnetic fields and can sense relatively small changes in a magnetic field. By having magnet as a target, this unit produces a Ratio-metric Rail-To-Rail linear output. It also has an internal amplifier to boost the output to a higher level. These sensors are ideal for applications such as magnetic flux measurement, displacement, and linear output rotary (read more)
Browse Variable Reluctance Linear Position Sensors and Switches Datasheets for Sensoronix, Inc.
Honeywell Sensing and Control
SNDH Series Sensors for Heavy-Duty Vehicles
Honeywell's SNDH Series Hall-Effect Speed Sensors use a magnetically biased Hall-effect integrated circuit to accurately sense movement of ferrous metal targets. The specially designed IC (integrated circuit) and a permanent magnet are sealed in rugged, probe-type packages. The flux density of the permanent magnet alters when approached by ferrous metal. This is detected by the Hall ICs. If the sensor is positioned at the circumference of a revolving gear wheel, for example, it detects... (read more)
Browse Hall Effect Position Sensors Datasheets for Honeywell Sensing and Control
Rugged motor encoders easy on cost, mounting
at their heart just two core components — a small diametrically polarized magnet and a custom Hall sensor ASIC which contains a circular array of Hall effect sensors that generate a voltage when exposed to a magnetic flux field. The ASIC detects the change in magnetic flux as the magnet rotates above it. Sine and cosine voltage outputs from the sensor array vary with magnetic position and are converted to absolute angle position by a fast flash interpolator. The absolute angle position value... (read more)
Browse Incremental Rotary Encoders Datasheets for Renishaw
Honeywell RTP Series at Digi-Key Corporation
Honeywell's RTP series, rotary position sensors take non-contact sensing to the next level by separating the magnet from the sensor body. The absence of the actuator shaft removes the wear and tear on the bearings caused by radial forces. The choice of a bare or housed magnet is available. These products use a magnetically biased, Hall-effect integrated circuit (IC) to sense rotary movement of the actuator over a set operating range. Rotation of the actuator changes the magnet's position... (read more)
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Myostat Motion Control, Inc.
calculate the optimum magnetic field magnitude and direction for the given rotor position. The application of FOC results in more accurate torque control, higher efficiency and the ability to control stator flux direction and magnitude independently. It also produces good transient and steady state control of the motor, all resulting in smooth and accurate motion. Although a current sensor is required, this is easily realized by placing a low resistance resistor in series with the motor phase winding... (read more)
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Dickow Pump Company, Inc.
Side-channel pumps solve many pumping problems
driven pump does not have electric windings adjacent to the fluid in the shroud and the magnet flux power transfer is non-sparking. Standard certified electric motors completely external from the pump housing are used, hence the possibility of flammable liquids contacting electrical windings is negligible. Magnetic coupling. The single elements of the multipolar magnetic coupling are manufactured of "Cobalt-Samarium Rare Earth", a permanent magnet material with unlimited life. The internal magnets... (read more)
Browse Magnetic Drive Pumps Datasheets for Dickow Pump Company, Inc.
Conduct Research Top
Magnetic sensors detect moving ferrous metal. The simplest magnetic sensor consists of a wire coiled around a permanent magnet. A ferrous object approaching the sensor changes magnetic flux through the coil, generating a voltage at the coil terminals. Magnetic pickups sense linear or rotary motion
Sensor Sense: Magnetic inductive flowmeters
Faraday's law of induction states that a conductor moving through magnetic flux induces an electromotive force in the conductor. In layman's terms, a wire generates a voltage as it moves through a magnetic field. The amount of voltage generated depends on the strength of the magnetic field
Current Sensor Info.
Open Loop Operating Principle In a hall effect-based current sensor, the magnetic flux, proportional tothe primary current, is concentrated in gapped magnetic corecontaining the hall effect device (Fig. 1). The primary current ismeasured without electrical contact with the primary circuit
AGV Guide Sensor : Parallel 15bit type
GS-115 is a 15 bits multiple switching output type guide sensor. for magnetic tape navigation AGV. Built-in 15 bits magnetic. switches formed a line in every 10mm pitch detect magnetic flux. from a magnetic guide tape. The correlation between GS-115 and a. magnetic guide tape can be recognized
AGV Guide Sensor : Parallel 15bit Special type
GS-3384A is a 15 bits multiple switching output type guide sensor. for a magnetic tape navigation AGV. Built-in 15 bits magnetic. switches formed a line in every 10mm pitch detect magnetic flux. from a magnetic guide tape. The correlation between GS-3384A. and a magnetic guide tape can
AGV Guide Sensor : Parallel 16bit type
GS-116 is a 16 bits multiple switching output type guide sensor. for magnetic tape navigation AGV. Built-in 16 bits magnetic. switches formed a line in every 10mm pitch detect magnetic flux. from a magnetic guide tape. The correlation between GS-116 and a. magnetic guide tape can be recognized
AGV Guide Sensor : Parallel 8bit type
GS-108 is 8 bits multiple switching output type guide sensor for. magnetic tape navigation AGV. Built-in 8 bits magnetic switches. formed a line in every 10mm pitch detect magnetic flux from a. magnetic guide tape. The correlation between GS-108 and a. magnetic guide tape can be recognized
Application Note: Speed Sensing (.pdf)
Speed sensing can be achieved with a variety of approaches. One solution is to use a ferrous metal gear target with a geartooth sensor. The geartooth passes by the sensor face which concentrates the magnetic flux from the bias magnet in the sensor. The sensor detects the change in the flux level
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