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GTN1A114 Powell Electronics, Inc. HONEYWELL Not Provided GTN Series Hall-Effect Gear-Tooth Sensor; 12 Vdc version; connector position 1; 83,5 mm probe length
GTN1A117 Powell Electronics, Inc. HONEYWELL Not Provided GTN Series Hall-Effect Gear-Tooth Sensor; 12 Vdc version; connector position 1; 125 mm probe length
GTN1A211 Powell Electronics, Inc. HONEYWELL Not Provided GTN Series Hall-Effect Gear-Tooth Sensor; 24 Vdc version; connector position 1; 40 mm probe length
21001489 PLC Radwell Magnetic Instrumentation Controls & Indicators, Control Software HALL PROBE
SR14N-C4 Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Magnetic Sensors - 2nd Level Value-Added Hall-Effect Sensors SR14 Series Ratiometric Linear Sensor; probe socket
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    . Application Examples. Figure 4 shows how a magnetostrictive linear position transducer can be mounted into a hospital bed for con-. trolling the bed adjustments. Previous versions have used contact or Hall Effect (magnetic) switches. When. using switches, manual adjustment of each switch point
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    are CE marked and manufactured at an ISO 9001 registered facility. Hall effect sensor works as switch A Hall effect sensor from Micropac Industries Inc. functions as a switch that is activated by magnetic fields. In the presence of a sufficiently strong south pole field, the Mii P/N 65016 sensor turns

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