Current Speed Sensors

Gear Tooth Hall Effect Speed Sensor -- GS1001 – GS1002
from ZF Electronic Systems Pleasant Prairie, LLC

Hall Effect devices designed for use in applications where ferrous edge detection/near zero speed sensing is needed. They provide a sinking current output. Features. From near zero speed up to 15 kHz sensing capability. 10 bit dynamic threshold direction offers: Automatically adjusting magnetic... [See More]

  • Output: Current
  • Rotary Speed Range: 900000
  • Sensor Technology: Hall Effect
  • Operating Temperature: 257
Evaluation unit for speed monitoring -- DD2503
from ifm electronic gmbh

For detecting frequency, speed and rotational speed. Reliable monitoring of overspeed or underspeed. Easy setting of the switch points via programming buttons. Clearly readable, luminous OLED display for programming and actual value indication. With relay and transistor switching outputs and... [See More]

  • Output: Current; Switched / Alarm
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to 140
  • Rotary Speed Range: 1 to 60000
  • Power Requirements: AC Powered
Gear Tooth Hall Effect Speed Sensor -- GS1005 – GS1007
from ZF Electronic Systems Pleasant Prairie, LLC

Hall Effect devices designed for use in applications where ferrous edge detection/near zero speed sensing is needed. They provide a sinking current output. Features. From near zero speed up to 15 kHz sensing capability. 10 bit dynamic threshold direction offers: Automatically adjusting magnetic... [See More]

  • Output: Current
  • Rotary Speed Range: 900000
  • Sensor Technology: Hall Effect
  • Operating Temperature: 257
Evaluation unit for speed monitoring -- DD2510
from ifm electronic gmbh

For detecting frequency, speed and rotational speed. Reliable monitoring of overspeed or underspeed. Easy setting of the switch points via programming buttons. Clearly readable, luminous OLED display for programming and actual value indication. With relay and transistor switching outputs and... [See More]

  • Output: Current; Switched / Alarm
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to 140
  • Rotary Speed Range: 1 to 60000
  • Power Requirements: AC Powered
Gear Tooth Hall Effect Speed Sensor -- GS101201 – GS101202
from ZF Electronic Systems Pleasant Prairie, LLC

Hall Effect devices designed for use in applications where ferrous edge detection/near zero speed sensing is needed. They provide a sinking current output. Features. From near zero speed up to 15 kHz sensing capability. Plastic flange-mount housing. Compatible with unregulated power supply. ROHS... [See More]

  • Output: Current
  • Rotary Speed Range: 900000
  • Sensor Technology: Hall Effect
  • Operating Temperature: 257
Evaluation unit for speed monitoring -- DD2603
from ifm electronic gmbh

For detecting frequency, speed and rotational speed. Reliable monitoring of overspeed or underspeed. Easy setting of the switch points via programming buttons. Clearly readable, luminous OLED display for programming and actual value indication. With relay and transistor switching outputs and... [See More]

  • Output: Current; Switched / Alarm
  • Body Shape: Rectangular
  • Rotary Speed Range: 1 to 60000
  • Height: 3.07
4-20 mA Shaft Speed Sensor -- ST420
from Electro-Sensors, Inc.

4-20 mA Shaft Speed Sensors. Features. • 2-wire, loop-powered 4-20 mA analog output. • No user calibration: works right out of the box. • Works with shaft-mounted pulser targets (disc/wrap). • Rugged stainless steel M18x1 housing. • Reverse-wiring protected. • UL... [See More]

  • Output: Current
  • Operating Temperature: -4 to 185
  • Accuracy: 0.2500
  • Power Requirements: DC Powered
Hall Sensor -- MHRM 18P5524
from Baumer Ltd.

Baumer magnetic sensors are based on the Hall principle or on magneto-resistive circuits. Since they contain no moving components such as ball bearings, they are extremely dirt resistant and show no evidence of operational wear. Magnetic sensors are characterized by: Precise, absolute sensing of... [See More]

  • Output: Current
  • Operating Temperature: -40 to 248
  • Sensor Technology: Hall Effect
  • Power Requirements: DC Powered
Analog Complimentry (dual sine wave) Speed Sensors -- VC Series
from Sensoronix, Inc.

Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the collapse of magnetic field due to the interruption by a ferrous gear tooth. These sensors provide two analog signal outputs (sine wave) that does not require an outside power source. This sensor is suitable for speed sensing with a range from 30 to 1000... [See More]

  • Output: Voltage; Current; Resistance
  • Linear Speed Range: 32 to 1000
  • Sensor Technology: Variable Reluctance
  • Operating Temperature: 32 to 158
Hall Effect Device -- 65039
from Micropac Industries, Inc.

Features: · Wide operating temperature range -55 ºC to +150 ºC. · High magnetic sensitivity. · Wide operating voltage range 18 to 32 V. · Chopper stabilized amplifier minimizes amplifier. offset resulting in improved temperature stability. · MIL-STD-202... [See More]

  • Output: Current; Switched / Alarm
  • Operating Temperature: -67 to 302
  • Sensor Technology: Hall Effect
  • Power Requirements: DC Powered
4-20 mA Shaft Speed Sensor -- ST420-DI
from Electro-Sensors, Inc.

4-20 mA Shaft Speed Sensors. Features. • 2-wire, loop-powered 4-20 mA analog output. • No user calibration: works right out of the box. • Works with shaft-mounted pulser targets (disc/wrap). • Rugged stainless steel M18x1 housing. with integral conduit attachment. •... [See More]

  • Output: Current
  • Power Requirements: DC Powered
  • Operating Temperature: -4 to 176
  • Body Shape: Cylindrical; Threaded Barrel
Magnetic Proximity Switch -- MFFM 08
from Baumer Ltd.

Baumer magnetic sensors are based on the Hall principle or on magneto-resistive circuits. Since they contain no moving components such as ball bearings, they are extremely dirt resistant and show no evidence of operational wear. Magnetic sensors are characterized by: Precise, absolute sensing of... [See More]

  • Output: Current
  • Operating Temperature: -13 to 167
  • Sensor Technology: Magnetoresistive
  • Power Requirements: DC Powered
Quadrature Sensors -- HQ Series
from Sensoronix, Inc.

Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the distortion of magnetic field created by a ferrous target. Quadrature sensors provide two 90 º out of phase digital outputs to record speed and direction. When the target wheel or gear is rotating clockwise, the output signal # 1 leads output signal... [See More]

  • Output: Voltage; Current; Resistance
  • Operating Temperature: -4 to 221
  • Sensor Technology: Hall Effect
  • Power Requirements: DC Powered
Shaft Speed Sensor -- FB420
from Electro-Sensors, Inc.

Shaft Speed Sensor with Relay. Features. • Self-contained system with sensor and switch. • Relay can be set for over-speed or under-speed. • Housing is explosion proof and water resistant. • 4-20 mA output directly proportional to shaft speed. • Provides real-time preventive... [See More]

  • Output: Current
  • Rotary Speed Range: 0.7500 to 9999
  • Sensor Technology: Hall Effect
  • Accuracy: 0.7000
Magnetic Proximity Switch -- MFRM 08
from Baumer Ltd.

Baumer magnetic sensors are based on the Hall principle or on magneto-resistive circuits. Since they contain no moving components such as ball bearings, they are extremely dirt resistant and show no evidence of operational wear. Magnetic sensors are characterized by: Precise, absolute sensing of... [See More]

  • Output: Current
  • Operating Temperature: -13 to 167
  • Sensor Technology: Magnetoresistive
  • Power Requirements: DC Powered
Speed & Direction Detector -- HD Series
from Sensoronix, Inc.

Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the distortion of magnetic fields and thus provide precise measurements of speed and direction. Output #1 is digital square wave and measures the speed of target wheel or gear. Output #2 is a DC level that when the target wheel rotates clockwise, the output... [See More]

  • Output: Voltage; Current; Resistance
  • Operating Temperature: -4 to 221
  • Sensor Technology: Hall Effect
  • Power Requirements: DC Powered