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U8533997 [1001040]   American 3B Scientific (A3BS) Technical Training Equipment This magnetic-field sensor comprises two integrated Hall sensors for measuring axial and tangential magnetic fields in conjunction with the Teslameter E or the Microvoltmeter. A slide switch is used to changeover between axial and tangential field measurements. Specifications: Sensitivity: 1mV / mT...
MR174B   Measurement Specialties, Inc. Magnetoresistive Linear Position Sensors and Switches Description: Due to its featured properties - high sensitivity and almost no hysteresis – the MR174B sensors are used in a wide range of applications, like magnetic field measurement, revolution counters, proximity detecting, and position measurement. An uniaxial linear magnetic field...
MMGA18S   MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd. Magnetic Field Sensors Features and Benefits. - High sensitivity. - High SNR. - Robust Metal Housing for Durable Operations. - Compatible with Exisiting Products. Applications. - Banknote validator. - Banknote sorter. - ATM
M102   Dynalco Controls Magnetic Speed Sensors This standard magnetic pickup has high sensitivity which makes it good for. mid-speed (300 to 500 rpm), large gear ( >12 inch diam.) applications. It has a standard reach (1.125inches) and a 5/8-18 inch thread.
M320   Dynalco Controls Magnetic Speed Sensors This metric thread magnetic pickup has standard sensitivity which makes it best suited for high speed ( >500 rpm), large gear ( >12 inch diam.) applications. It has a 51 mm reach and M18 X 1.5 thread.
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