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AM-M1H2-04022S Magnet for Angle Position Sensors

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The AM-M1H2-04022S Magnet for Angle Position Sensors is a potted radial magnetized magnet. The Housing measures 1.0-inch x 0.5 inches and features 2 Mounting Holes. The raw magnet produces 400 Gauss at .060″ and 200 Gauss at 0.215″ Gap. Using this housing, operate the APSxxx sensors using a sensing gap from 0.010″ to 0.110″.  

NOTES:

  • These magnets, when paired with Sensor Solutions Angular Position Sensors will provide an analog output that can be used to resolve the rotation angle between the sensor and the target.
  • Additional housing shapes and magnet sizes are available. 

Contact Sensor Solutions to discuss custom sensor and magnet requirements for your application.

Applications

Aerospace, Agricultural, Automotive/Heavy Equipment, Consumer Electronics, Manufacturing, Marine, Medical, Military, Power Generation, Transportation

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Item No.DatasheetDistributorRegionQuantityCartRFQInventory Date
AM-M1H2-04022SStandex FactoryAmericas0 RFQ2024-06-14

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Associated Parts

The RM-01-020 Magnet for Position and Speed Sensors is a radial magnetized bare magnet. This Neodymium (NEO 35 SH) nickel-plated magnet is a cylindrical and measures 0.250 inches in diameter by 0.250 inches long. Furthermore, the magnet engraved with an “S” for South Pole.

NOTES:

  • Use non-magnetic mounting hardware when installing.
  • Orient the magnet per the sensor requirements.
  • Refer to the sensor specifications sheet to determine operate gap range.
  • The presence of ferrous metals near the magnet effects field strength at the sensor location.

Contact Sensor Solutions to discuss custom sensor and magnet requirements for your application.

The RM-01-071 Magnet for Angle Position Sensors is a radial magnetized bare magnet. This Neodymium magnet measures 0.500 inches in diameter by 0.125 inches long. Furthermore, the magnet is North “N” and South “S” Pole marked.

NOTES:

  • Use non-magnetic mounting hardware when installing.
  • Orient the magnet per the sensor requirements.
  • Refer to the sensor specifications sheet to determine operate gap range.
  • The presence of ferrous metals near the magnet effects field strength at the sensor location.

Contact Sensor Solutions to discuss custom sensor and magnet requirements for your application.

The PM-SCS50Fx075S-01022N Magnet in Bolt Casing is a potted North Pole magnet housed in a socket cap screw. The socket cap screw is 18-8 Stainless Steel and measures 1/2-20 by 0.75″ long. The internal magnet is a Neodymium (NEO 35 SH) cylinder magnet measuring 0.375 inches in dia. x 0.25 inches long. Furthermore, the magnet engraved with an “N” for North Pole.

NOTES:

  • Gap is from the face of the sensor to the surface of the magnet’s North Pole surface.
  • Gaps are calculated and will vary slightly part to part.
  • Use non-magnetic mounting hardware when installing.
  • Refer to the sensor specifications sheet to determine operate gap range.
  • The presence of ferrous metals near the magnet effects field strength at the sensor location.
  • The presence of steel, magnets, or electromagnetic fields will affect the operate gap range.

Contact Sensor Solutions to discuss custom sensor and magnet requirements for your application.

The PM-SCS50Fx075S-01022S Magnet in Bolt Casing is a potted South Pole magnet housed in a socket cap screw. The socket cap screw is 18-8 Stainless Steel and measures 1/2-20 by 0.75″ long. The internal magnet is a Neodymium (NEO 35 SH) cylinder magnet measuring 0.375 inches in dia. x 0.25 inches long. Furthermore, the magnet engraved with an “S” for South Pole.

NOTES:

  • Gap is from the face of the sensor to the surface of the magnet’s South Pole surface.
  • Gaps are calculated and will vary slightly part to part.
  • Use non-magnetic mounting hardware when installing.
  • Refer to the sensor specifications sheet to determine operate gap range.
  • The presence of ferrous metals near the magnet effects field strength at the sensor location.
  • The presence of steel, magnets, or electromagnetic fields will affect the operate gap range.

Contact Sensor Solutions to discuss custom sensor and magnet requirements for your application.

Technical Papers

Datasheets
Datasheet – RM-01-071 Magnet for Position and Speed SensorsDatasheet – RM-01-020 Magnet for Position and Speed SensorsDatasheet – PM-SCS50Fx075S-01022S Magnet in Bolt CasingDatasheet – PM-SCS50Fx075S-01022N Magnet in Bolt CasingDatasheet – AM-M1H2-04022 Magnet for Angle Position SensorDatasheet – MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Effect Switch SensorDatasheet – S12-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Effect Switch SensorDatasheet – M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch SensorDatasheet – S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Switch Speed SensorDatasheet – S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed SwitchDatasheet – A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position SensorDatasheet – MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position SensorDatasheet – MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position SensorDatasheet – A63-APS360-LACB1E Hall Effect Angle Position SensorDatasheet – S63B-DHS1-5KCB2A Hall Effect Dual Switch SensorDatasheet – MFM7-DHS1-5KCD4 Hall Effect Dual Switch SensorDatasheet – S12-DHS1-5KSA5 Hall Effect Dual Switch SensorDatasheet – M12-HS1-5KCB2 Hall Effect Switch SensorDatasheet – A47-HS1-P5P21 Hall Effect Switch SensorDatasheet – A47-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch SensorDatasheet – S38-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch SensorDatasheet – S12H-275VPA-RGCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection SensorDatasheet – MFM7-275VPD-RGCD4 Hall Effect Metal Detection SensorDatasheet – S18-275VPD-RICB1E Hall Effect Metal Detection SensorDatasheet – S12-275VPD-5VCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection SensorDatasheet – S12-275VPD-RGP21 Hall Effect Metal Detection SensorDatasheet – S18-SSTHS1-R5SA5-30 Hall Effect Magnet Speed SwitchDatasheet – S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed SwitchDatasheet – S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed SwitchDatasheet – S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed SwitchDatasheet – S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed SwitchDatasheet – A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth SensorDatasheet – S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

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