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Hall Effect Sensor

A Superior Sensing Solution: The Timken® M15 Modular Magnetic Encoder

The Timken® M15 Modular Magnetic Encoder

Timken® M15 high-resolution magnetic encoder technology offers a higher reliability at a comparable cost to optical encoders.  The M15, like all Timken encoders, relies on the interaction between a sensor and magnetic target.  This approach doesn’t require a clear line of target-to-sensor sight like optical encoders.

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9960 Position Sensor Offers More Communication Options and Expanded Environmental Operation

9960 Rotary Hall Effect Position Sensor from BEI Sensors

BEI Sensors announces expanded input/output electrical options and a new IP69K rating on the highly configurable 9960 series.  With the new electrical options, the 9960 can communicate with a wider range of controllers and is now capable of accepting a wide range of input voltages. Validated to key aspects of ISO-7637-2 our 9360 Series is also compatible with the harsh transients found in vehicle battery system.

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Non-Contact Angle Sensors with Redundant Outputs

RSC3200 Series of Hall effect angle sensor from Novotechnik U.S.

Novotechnik, U.S. introduces the RSC3200 Series of Hall effect angle sensors designed for use in harsh environments and high reliability applications with redundant outputs and immunity to adverse environmental effects. Operating temperature range of the RSC3200 Series is -40 to +125 °C, withstands shock and vibration up to 50 g and 20 g respectively. Protected from ingress of dust and humidity to IP 69K.

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Customize position sensor output with the Programmable Hall Device (PHD)

Programmable Hall Device by BEI Sensors

BEI Sensors introduces the Programmable Hall Device (PHD), an easy way to take control of customizing the output of BEI Hall effect sensors. This compact programming unit interfaces between a PC and BEI Hall effect sensors, and provides users with the ability to field program output functions that meet specific requirements. 

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New BEI Sensors Selection Guide Covers Products, Environments and Technology for Motion Control

New BEI Sensors Selection Guide Covers Products, Environments and Technology for Motion Control

BEI Sensors has released a new product selection guide that explains the fundamentals of various speed and position sensing technologies and how to choose which is best suited to a particular application. BEI’s extensive line of rugged products include rotary encoders, rotary and linear potentiometers and rotary Hall effect sensors, all of which are displayed in easy-to-read charts that summarize the most critical specification criteria side-by-side. 

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Versatile Hall Effect Position Sensor Available for Quick Delivery

Versatile Hall Effect Position Sensor Available for Quick Delivery

BEI Sensors’ new Model 9960 Hall effect rotary position sensor is available in numerous standard configurations with fast, one week delivery. Available configurations include various termination options, single or dual outputs and 24 active electrical angles. With 360 degree turn capability, Model 9960 can be used over a large range of rotary motion making it extremely versatile.

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iC-MHA: Magnetic Hall-Encoder with SIN/COS-Outputs

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One-Chip-Hall-Encoder with differential 100Ω line drivers for SIN/COS

The iC-MHA is a one-chip-solution for magnetic sensor applications with very small space requirements. In combination with a diametric magnetized permanent magnet this represents a robust absolute encoder for SIN/COS-applications.

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3 Phase Brushless Linear Motor from H2W Technologies

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The short encapsulated moving coil assembly moves through a gap in the long "U" shaped magnet assembly. A customer supplied bearing system is required to guide the moving coil assembly and to maintain a .025″ [0.63 mm] clearance between the magnet and the coil assembly.

The power to the motor (from a customer supplied PWM 3 phase brushless servo amplifier) is supplied to the moving secondary via a power cable.

Larger motors with higher forces are available, consult factory for details and drawings.

Tags: Hall Effect Sensor, Linear Motor

DC Motor - 10mm Diameter Brushless DC Motor

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The new Maxon "EC-10" brushless dc motor delivers the performance and lifetime of a brushless motor in a very compact package.  The motors are electronically commutated, thus enabling extremely long motor life, since there are simply no mechanical brushes to wear out.  The motors are available with or without Hall effect sensors.  By assembling the motor such that the coils are outside the rotor, good heat dissipation and high overload capability is attained.

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