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Description: a mounting ring, hardware, a magnet wheel and a sensor. They provide digital feedback from motors with NEMA C face end bells, can generate pulses down to zero speed, and transmit without amplification up to 1,500 feet. This is an ideal pulse generator for speed monitoring, motor control, counting
- Sensor Technology: Hall Effect, Magnetoresistive
- Rotary Speed Range: 0.0 to 10000 rpm
- Operating Temperature: -20 to 140 F
- Power Requirements: DC Powered
Supplier: POSITAL - FRABA
Description: provide an incremental interface with A, B, Z, and inverted signals available as HTL (Push-Pull) or TTL (RS 422). Customers can choose any integer pulse count up to 16384 pulses per revolution. Flexible Configuration Compared to the previous generation of magnetic encoders, IXARC high resolution offers
- Encoder Technology: Magnetic
- Resolution (counts per revolution): 32768 (counts/revolution)
- Maximum Mechanical Shaft Speed: 1 to 6000 rpm
- Diameter or Width: 1.4 to 2.3 inch
Incremental Rotary Encoders - LASERSCALE® Rotary, Compact, Reflective Scale Featuring High Accuracy, High Resolution And High Response Speed -- BH200Supplier: Magnescale Americas, Inc.
Description: Compact, reflective rotary Laserscale featuring high accuracy, high resolution, and high-speed response, Ideal for high-resolution angle measuring in HDD manufacturing equipment and precision measuring instruments High resolution and high response speed(signal wavelength : 250nm) Clock generator
- Encoder Technology: Magnetic
- Maximum Mechanical Shaft Speed: 13000 rpm
- Encoder Signal Output: Pulse & Direction
- Hollow Shaft: Yes
Supplier: Euchner-U.S.A., Inc.
Description: EUCHNER electronic handwheels are manual pulse generators used primarily for positioning of axes on CNC machinery. Our unique "magnetic detent" provides years of reliable wear-free operation. EUCHNER offers three different models to fit your application. Custom logos are also available. Design HWB
- Encoder Technology: Magnetic
- Diameter or Width: 3.15 inch
- Encoder Output: Analog Voltage
- Operating Temperature: 0.0 to 50 F
Description: device. The wide voltage range and wave shape flexibility of the SA420 input circuitry allow it to translate signals from Hall Effect sensors, proximity switches, magnetic sensors, and a wide variety of other pulse generators, into analog outputs.
- Signal Conditioning Type: Frequency-to-Voltage Converter
- Form Factor: DIN Rail
- Accuracy: 0.1000 % FS
- Frequency Input: Yes
Description: magnets of alternating polarity, such as Electro-Sensors Model 255 Pulser Disc. The recommended gap distance between the sensor and pulse generator is 1/4 inch +/- 1/8 inch. The gap flexibility makes the sensors tolerant of vibration, shaft run-out, misalignment, and industrial environments.
- Technology: Hall Effect Proximity Sensor
- Operating Distance: 0.3750 inch
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 140 F
- Power Requirements: DC Powered
Standards and Technical Documents - Linear And Non-Linear Effects Of Gradient Artifact Filtering Methods In Simultaneous Eeg-Fmri - Biom
Description: , EEG electrodes wires and the magnetic fields inside the scanner. In particular, gradient switching and RF pulses, necessary to acquire fMRI data, generate large artifacts that can completely obscure EEG signals. Many methods have been proposed to eliminate or at least reduce gradient artifact
Supplier: Aerovox Corp.
Description: Operating Temperature Range: - 40°C to +55°C typical Higher temperature limit available Applications Utility UPS Magnetic Forming MARX Generator Banks Strobe Lights Flash Lamps Particle Accelerators Pulsed Lasers High Energy Dynodes DC Filters
- Capacitance Type: Fixed
- Technology: Film Capacitors
- Electrostatic Capacitors: Air, Oil, Polypropylene
- Metallized Dielectric: Yes
Illuminators - UL Listed 70 Watt LED Blasting Light - 7, 10-Watt CREE LEDs - 6020 Lumen - IP68 - PWM Circuitry -- BL70-LEDSupplier: Larson Electronics LLC
Description: , generator vehicle, or by using the included DCP-11-DP transformer, plug this unit into any available wall outlet, 220V, or 277VAC power source. Optional LED colors include Amber and Green for more effective light penetration in the dusty environment of a media blasting room. An integral Pulse Width
Supplier: Hydrofarm, Inc.
Description: Frequently Asked Questions Q: Which lamps are recommended for use in the Lumatek e-ballast? A: Sun Pulse lamps are the recommended choice for use in the Lumatek e-ballasts. These are available in metal halide only, so if hps is desired Lumatek High-Par lamps will suffice. Q: Which lamps
- Ballast Technology: HID Ballast
- Nominal Voltage: 220/240 V
- Lamp Wattage: 1.01 HP
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Pulse and Custom Capacitors
Capacitors for Pulse, Flash Lamp, Laser and Custom AC or DC Applications. Aerovox offers aluminum foil, paper and polypropylene capacitor construction as well as single-sided metalized polypropylene for use in pulse-forming and DC filtering applications. Available in custom designs, these capacitors meet the stringent requirements for pulsing applications. Applications. • Utility UPS. • Magnetic Forming. • Marx Generator Banks. • Strobe Lights. • Flash Lamps. &bull... (read more)
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Ultimate Control with Euchner's HKB Handwheels
EUCHNER electronic handwheels are manual pulse generators used primarily for positioning of axes on CNC machinery. Our unique "magnetic detent" provides years of reliable wear-free operation. EUCHNER now offers a pushbutton by pressing the handwheel shaft in the axial direction. As a result the digital output OUT is set. The handwheel pulses are not affected by the pushbutton function. Features: Pushbutton function. Mechanical detent. Single body construction. Front panel mount... (read more)
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Shaft-End Mount Pulser Discs for Speed Monitoring
Pulser Discs require the installer to center drill and tap the monitored shaft for a 10-32 UNF machine screw. The discs range in size from 2.5" to 8" outside diameter. Most end mount discs are 0.25" thick. Features. • Pulses per revolution: 1 to 120. • Available with alternating magnetic poles or steel slugs. • Non-contact sensing. • Up to 0.5" gap distance. • Nylon, PVC, aluminum, or stainless steel. • Customized number of pulses. • Impervious to water... (read more)
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Red Lion Controls, Inc.
Encoders, Magnetic Pick-ups, Proximity, Photo Electric, Rotary Pulse Generators, and Length Sensors. Complete your application with our extensive line of sensors - from magnetic pick-ups to a wide range of encoders and length sensors, contact or non-contact sensing, Red Lion has a sensor to meet your requirements. Sensors. Current Transformers. Length Sensors. Magnetic Pickups. Motors & Gears. Photo Electric Sensors. Pressure Transmitter. Proximity Sensors. Shaft Encoders. Thru-Bore (read more)
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Hall Effect Speed Sensors, Square-Wave Output
counters, signal conditioners, or can be used as a direct pulse generator. . Non-contact sensing. NPN open collector output. Signal transmits up to 1,500 ft. Large gap distance between sensor and target. Easy to install and set up. 10 ft cable length standard. High temperature models available. Optional EZ-100 mounting bracket (907 XP only)... (read more)
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Custom Shaft-Mount Split Collar Pulser Wraps
Standard Pulser Wraps are PVC, aluminum, or stainless steel split collars with magnets mounted on the outside circumference. The magnets serve as targets for Hall Effect, and Magnetoresistive sensors that switch when exposed to magnetic fields. Features. • Standard wraps rated up to 3,000 rpm. • Standard wraps available in PVC, aluminum, or stainless steel. • Ceramic magnets or steel targets are mounted around the circumference of the wrap. • No machinery tear-down required... (read more)
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Signal Conditioner for Virtually Any Sensor
The 0-10 VDC and 4-20 mA outputs can be sent to a chart recorder, digital display, PLC, loop controller, drive speed controller, or any other control or monitoring device. Features: DIN rail mount enclosure. 0-10 VDC and 4-20 mA Outputs. Accurate at slow speeds. Interfaces with a variety of sensors. Input frequencies to 10 kHz. 115 VAC Standard, 220 VAC, 12/24 VDC Optional. LCD display for field adjustable calibration (read more)
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MTI Instruments Inc.
Portable Calibrator and Precision Signal Source
signal generator produces tachometer-generator speed signals, as well as odd-tooth (long and short tooth) signals for simulating all types of engine and machinery speed signals. It can also simulate signals from magnetic sensors, eddy-current sensors and optical tachometers. JOG function - The 1510A signal generator allows users to slowly vary output signal parameters in any step size to aid in detecting "sweet spots" or finding critical signal values. Automatic sweep function - The sweep function... (read more)
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Magnetic Sensors and Timing Applications
the mechanical system it is trying to control. The objective of a sensing system used in timing applications is to provide an electrical signal that accurately corresponds to the physical object being monitored. Magnetic sensors such as Hall effect and magnetic pickups are candidates for this job. Each
Innovative Encoders for Demanding Applications (.pdf)
change in. ferromagnetic material that has been. magnetic polarity creates a short, sharp. specially conditioned so that it experiences. pulse of electric power in a tiny coil wrapped. sudden changes to its magnetic polarity. around the cylinder. when it is subjected to an alternating
Measure Angles on Rotating Systems with High Resolution
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Characterization of Reed Relays Capable of Handling Frequencies up to 10 GHz (.pdf)
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Actuator with Diode
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The Micro-Z TM Cable: Patented Technology
Axial power cabling configuration from the protector to the service panel forces magnetic field cancellation. within the cable. This results in a correspondingly low "inductive" voltage drop along the cable that is up to 67% lower than conventional cabling approaches. THE MZ EDGE. The Micro-Z
Design and Development of Medical Electronic Instrumentation
stabilization. network, electrostatic discharge simulators, conducted-disturbance generator,. magnetic field generator, and wideband transmitter for susceptibility testing. In Chapter 5 we present the new breed of "smart " sensors that can be used to detect. physiological signals with minimal design
DC/DC CONVERTER Output Ripple & Noise
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The operation of microsecond magnetic pulse generators is described by Melville (1951) and Meerovich et al (1968).
International magnetic pulse compression workshop: (Proceedings)
By the mid-1960s, several books had been written about the design and construction of various magnetic pulse generators .2 "4 The literature of the time also contains numerous articles that describe the Melville network and its applications.
Experiments in magnetic switching
The paper outlines acme practical and theoretical comiderations affecting the design of the magnetic pulse generator .
Magnetically applied pressure-shear : a new technique for direct strength measurement at high pressure (final report for LDRD project 117856).
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Subsequently, several other magnetic pulse generators .
Energy and technology review
The output transformer can be housed as part of the magnetic pulse generator or as part of the load for best impedance matching.
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Kataev, I. G., Kononov, A. I.,Meshkov, A. N., and Rozhkov, I. I., " Magnetic Pulse Generator Based on Ferrite," PTE #4, pp. 118-120, July 1973 3.
Investigation of a Relativistic Magnetron Supplied from a High-Current Linear Induction Accelerator
To realize the commutator of this type with minimum overall dimensions and minimum inductance, the forming line must be charged from magnetic pulse generators (MPGs) for a few hundred nanoseconds.