Resistance Speed Sensors

Analog (Sine Wave) Speed Sensors -- VR Series
from Sensoronix, Inc.

The collapse of magnetic field due to the interruption by a ferrous gear tooth provides an analog signal output (sine wave) that does not require an outside power source. Variable reluctance sensor or Mag-pickup is suitable for speed sensing with a range from 30 to 1000 inches per second with a... [See More]

  • Output: Resistance
  • Linear Speed Range: 30 to 1000
  • Sensor Technology: Variable Reluctance
  • Operating Temperature: -4 to 221
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
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
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