Hall,Effect,Zero Speed Sensor,HS

Hall-Effect Zero Speed Sensor (HS)

1550 Kingston Rd. #1116
Pickering, ON
L1V 6W9
TEL: 1 800 809 7167 CDA/USA
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Hall-Effect Zero Speed Sensor (HS)

Product Data Sheet

Hall-Effect Zero Speed Sensor (HS)
Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the distortion of magnetic field created by a ferrous target. These sensors provide very precise measurements of movement even at zero speed which makes them ideal for speed measurements. These sensors provide digital output with constant amplitude signal regardless of variation of the speed.

Technical Specifications

A. Electrical Performance
  1. Supply Voltage :
Standard 4.5 VDC to 24 VDC.
  Optional : 5.5VDC to 36VDC.
  2. Target : Ferrous material, single tooth or slot To 48 D.P
  3. Airgap : 0.005" To 0.120" (0.126mm to 3.045mm)
  4. Speed Range : 0- 15KHZ
  5. Output Signal : NPN Open collector with 4.7k ohms internal pull-up Resistor (Digital).
  Optional : No pull-up resistor.
  6. Output Voltage : Low= 400mV Max
High= Follows Vcc
  Optional : Low= 400 mV Max
High= 5 VDC
  7. Output Current :
(I sink)
20mA continuous operation
  Optional : 50mA
  8. Output Duty Cycle : 50% ±15% with equal size gear teeth.
  9. Protection : Reverse Polarity.
  Optional : Input Transient Protection, Short circuit protection.
  10. Operating Temperature : -4° F to +221° F (-20°C to 105°C)
  Optional : -40° F to +302° F (-40°C to 150°C)
B. Application

  Automotive Engine Speed Measurement
GearBox Speed Sensor
Electric speedometer
Flywheel speed sensing
  Electric Power Generator Motor Speed Measurement
Turbine Flow Measurement
  Exercise Equipments Motor speed sensor
  Flow Meter  
  Locomotive Crank shaft
C. Features and Benefits
  True Zero Speed Sensing.
Constant Amplitude square wave (Digital) output
Reverse polarity protected
Wide Speed Range
Customized for most environment
Not sensitive to the orientation

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