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Hall Effect Sensors are truly versatile components in modern electronics. They offer a blend of reliability and efficiency that's hard to beat. Moreover, their solid-state design ensures durability, while their low power consumption makes them ideal for a wide range of applications. Whether it's operating in extreme temperatures or providing precise activation points, these sensors maintain consistent performance. The beauty of Hall Effect Sensors lies in their ability to convert magnetic fields into readable voltage levels. Which can be used to measure everything from proximity and speed to fluid levels

Standex Electronics' custom expertise means that whatever your project requires, there's a sensor that can be designed to meet your exact specifications. So go ahead, send in your design requests. Harness the power of precision with our Hall switch and latching sensors, linear, rotary, and specialty sensors from Sensor Solutions® (A Standex Electronics Company).

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AM-M1H2-04022S Magnet for Angle Position Sensors

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.

PM-SCS50Fx075S-01022S Magnet in Bolt Casing

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.

PM-SCS50Fx075N-01022S Magnet in Bolt Casing

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.

RM-01-071 Magnet for Angle Position Sensors

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.

RM-01-020 Magnet for Position and Speed Sensors

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 S12-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor that resolves the gap distance of magnet targets. The AH5 Analog Hall Sensor provides an analog output that changes in relation to the magnetic field strength perpendicular to the sensor’s face. These sensors are polarity sensitive. No field present provides a 2.5V output (offset voltage). This output changes by 5.0 mV per gauss (gain).

The S12-AH5-5VP21 Sensor is used for resolving the height, position, and movement of external magnets, the amplitude of current traveling down a conductor, the magnitude of field present in an electro- coil, etc. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

AH Analog Proximity Sensors are also available in a ratiometric version (-5V) which has an output voltage proportional to the supply voltage and a regulated version (-RG). We also offer analog output Hall Effect sensors with several different offset voltages and gains. PAH and PAM sensors are also available programmed to your application. Contact us or check our website to see other Analog Hall sensors.

Other features include:

  • Low Cost, Potted and Sealed
  • Ratiometric or Regulated
  • Shock & Vibration Resistant
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Infinite Resolution
MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor

The MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor that resolves the gap distance of magnet targets. The AH5 Analog Hall Sensor provides an analog output that changes in relation to the magnetic field strength perpendicular to the sensor’s face. These sensors are polarity sensitive. No field present provides a 2.5V output (offset voltage). This output changes by 5.0 mV per gauss (gain).

The MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Sensor is used for resolving the height, position, and movement of external magnets, the amplitude of current traveling down a conductor, the magnitude of field present in an electro- coil, etc. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

AH Analog Proximity Sensors are also available in a ratiometric version (-5V) which has an output voltage proportional to the supply voltage and a regulated version (-RG). We also offer analog output Hall Effect sensors with several different offset voltages and gains. PAH and PAM sensors are also available programmed to your application. Contact us or check our website to see other Analog Hall sensors.

Other features include:

  • Low Cost, Potted and Sealed
  • Ratiometric or Regulated
  • Shock & Vibration Resistant
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Infinite Resolution
A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets that resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in an aluminum cylindrical threaded 15/32-32 x 1″ housing with free end PVC 22 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets that resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in an aluminum cylindrical threaded M12 x 1mm x 70mm housing with free end PVC 22 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a tiny dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets to resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel cylindrical threaded housing with jacketed 3 wire 22AWG 80C PVC.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic black anodized aluminum threaded housing with jacketed 3 wire 22AWG 80C PVC.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end XLPE 20 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input with an NPN open collector.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Integral 3-way Metri-Pack 150.2 male connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Sensor uses PNP output with a 5k resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Switch Speed Sensor

The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Switch Speed Sensor is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 is a normally open Form A Relay actuated by the South pole of magnet targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Speed Switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the sensor detects if more or less than 1 magnet target is moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the magnet target moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay closes. A closed relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Speed Switch Sensor has a 150 VAC normally open Relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect South Pole magnet targets moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • South Pole of magnets target speed switch
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 is a normally open Form A relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 speed switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 1 “tooth” is moving per second. When the speed switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay closes. A closed relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally open relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic cylindrical threaded housing 12x1mm x 35mmL with wire leads.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable
MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 90 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the output stays 0V; and if it goes past 90 degrees the output stays 5V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 90 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 360 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the sensor output will go up to 5V and if the magnet goes past 360 degrees the output drops to 0V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 360 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 180 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the output stays 0V; and if it goes past 180 degrees the output stays 5V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 180 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
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Angle Position Sensor

Angle Position Sensor products use Hall Effect Technology to detect a magnets' angle in degrees of rotation. This non-contact rotary position sensor uses an actuator magnet (sold separately) that is marked to define the orientation. These Hall Sensors provide 0-5 V linear analog voltage output over some degree of rotation. Our standard detection angles are 90, 180, and 360 degrees. All of our Hall Effect sensors can be modified, enhanced, or updated with our modular features and functionality. Choose from various housings in aluminum, stainless-steel, plastic, threaded, flange mount, and customer specific. Available sensor functionality includes NPN, PNP, TTL, etc. Connectivity options such as Deutch, Amphenol and many others, free-end wires pigtails, any length. Contact us for additional 0-5 V or optional regulated Angle Position Sensor versions.

AM-M1H2-04022S Magnet for Angle Position Sensors

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.

RM-01-071 Magnet for Angle Position Sensors

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.

MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 90 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the output stays 0V; and if it goes past 90 degrees the output stays 5V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 90 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 360 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the sensor output will go up to 5V and if the magnet goes past 360 degrees the output drops to 0V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 360 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 180 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the output stays 0V; and if it goes past 180 degrees the output stays 5V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 180 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
A63-APS360-LACB1E Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The A63-APS360-LACB1E Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 360 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The A63-APS360-LACB1E Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Provided lock nuts used to set air gap and orientation to magnet. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the sensor output will go up to 5V and if the magnet goes past 360 degrees the output drops to 0V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 360 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions

Dual Hall Effect Switch

Dual Hall Effect switch sensors produce dual pulsing outputs. 1 south pole and 1 north pole output. So, these non contact magnetic sensors function as a directional limit switch. First, mount the actuator magnets at each end of the range of motion. Next, set the air gap within range of the target magnets using the supplied lock nuts. Note that the sensor does not require orientation. Finally, when the south pole element is near the sensor face, channel A output is low and switched on. While channel B output is high and switched off. Notice that the south pole element will detect a slightly greater operating gap, given its closer proximity to the sensor face. Also, the target magnets' size, material, grade, and temperature determine the operating and release gap.

Dual Hall Effect switch sensors offer a greater detection gap than our standard DHS series. Other features include no wearing parts, true zero speed detection, and rugged sealed housing. All our Hall Effect sensors can be modified, enhanced, or updated with our modular features and functionality. Choose from various housings in aluminum, stainless-steel, plastic, threaded, flange mount, and customer specific. Available sensor functionality includes NPN, PNP, TTL, etc. Connectivity options such as Deutch, Amphenol and many others, free-end wires pigtails, any length.

Contact us for additional Dual Hall Effect switch options with more or less sensitivity.

S63B-DHS1-5KCB2A Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor

The S63B-DHS1-5KCB2A Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor produces dual pulsing outputs, 1 south pole and 1 north pole. Dual output Hall Switch Sensors function as a directional limit switch. “DHS1” type Dual Hall Effect Sensors have a 55 gauss operate point. The S63B-DHS1-5KCB2A Dual Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel 5/8-18 cylindrical housing with integral connector.

When the south pole element is close to the sensor face, channel A output goes low and the sensor switches on, while Channel B output goes high and switches off. The sensor can detect the south pole magnet at a slightly greater operate gap than the north pole element. Conversely, when the north pole element is close to the sensor face, channel B output goes low and switches on, while channel A output goes high and switches off. So, a south pole detection turns channel A on, while a north pole detection turns channel B on.

No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Rugged, Sealed Housing
  • Greater Detection Gap than Standard DHS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
S12-DHS1-5KSA5 Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor

The S12-DHS1-5KSA5 Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor produces dual pulsing outputs, 1 south pole and 1 north pole. Dual output Hall Switch Sensors function as a directional limit switch. “DHS1” type Dual Hall Effect Sensors have a 55 gauss operate point. The S12-DHS1-5KSA5 Dual Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic M12 cylindrical housing with shielded 4-wire 22 AWG PVC cable.

When the south pole element is close to the sensor face, channel A output goes low and the sensor switches on, while Channel B output goes high and switches off. The sensor can detect the south pole magnet at a slightly greater operate gap than the north pole element. Conversely, when the north pole element is close to the sensor face, channel B output goes low and switches on, while channel A output goes high and switches off. So, a south pole detection turns channel A on, while a north pole detection turns channel B on.

No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

Other features include:

  • Rugged, Sealed Housing
  • Greater Detection Gap than Standard DHS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
MFM7-DHS1-5KCD4 Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor

The MFM7-DHS1-5KCD4 Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor produces dual pulsing outputs, 1 south pole and 1 north pole. Dual output Hall Switch Sensors function as a directional limit switch. “DHS1” type Dual Hall Effect Sensors have a 55 gauss operate point. The MFM7-DHS1-5KCD4 Dual Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector.

When the south pole element is close to the sensor face, channel A output goes low and the sensor switches on, while Channel B output goes high and switches off. The sensor can detect the south pole magnet at a slightly greater operate gap than the north pole element. Conversely, when the north pole element is close to the sensor face, channel B output goes low and switches on, while channel A output goes high and switches off. So, a south pole detection turns channel A on, while a north pole detection turns channel B on.

No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Rugged, Sealed Housing
  • Greater Detection Gap than Standard DHS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)

Ferrous Metal Detector

A Ferrous Metal Detector is a magnetic proximity sensor that detects the proximity of large steel objects. How does a metal detection sensor work? First, mount the Hall Effect sensor to a fixed surface. Then set the air gap with the provided lock nuts. Finally, when the ferrous metal moves into target range, the sensor detects the magnetic field and turns ON, producing a digital output.

Our line of Hall Effect proximity sensors will detect a large magnetic field gap. Even sensing through aluminum targets. The shape, size, and ferrous content determine the detection gap. Therefore, we offer a custom programmed target detection gap at a defined distance, ensuring precise and repeatable sensing operation. 

Also, ferrous metal detector series include no wearing parts, true zero speed detection, and internal hysteresis. Modify, enhance, or update all of our Hall Effect sensors with our modular features and functionality. Start by selecting a housing in aluminum, stainless-steel, plastic, threaded, flange mount, and customer specific. Need a different sensor functionality? Then choose some options like NPN, PNP, TTL, etc. Furthermore, customize your connectivity with Deutch, Amphenol and other brand connectors. Or select free-end wires and pigtails, including any length option.

Contact us for additional Ferrous metal detector options and customer specific target gap programming.

 

MFM7-275VPD-RGCD4 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The MFM7-275VPD-RGCD4 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is a digital proximity sensor. “DP” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The programmed detection gap is set to 0.375″ which is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor turns on when the ferrous metal is detected, producing a low digital output. Conversely, when the ferrous metal moves outside the detection gap, the sensor turns off producing a high digital output. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The MFM7-275VPD-RGCD4 Sensor has a regulated input and 0-5 V digital output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector with 5″ 20 AWG XLPE wire.

DP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Large Detection Gap
  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Detects Through Aluminum
S12H-275VPD-RGCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The S12H-275VPA-RGCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is an analog proximity sensor. “AP” type Hall Effect Sensors are analog proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The target detection gap is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor goes from 0.5 V (analog output increases) when no ferrous metal is detected to 4.5 V (analog output decreases) when contacting the steel plate. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The S12H-275VPA-RGCB2 Sensor uses a regulated input and 0-5 V analog output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M12 cylindrical housing with integrated connector.

AP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Lower Cost OEM Design
  • Wide Temperature Range
  • Shock and Vibration Resistant
  • Detects Through Aluminum
S18-275VPD-RICB1E Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The S18-275VPD-RICB1E Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is a digital proximity sensor. “DP” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The programmed detection gap is set to 0.375″ which is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor turns on when the ferrous metal is detected, producing a low digital output. Conversely, when the ferrous metal moves outside the detection gap, the sensor turns off producing a high digital output. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The S18-275VPD-RICB1E Sensor has a regulated input and PNP output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M18 cylindrical housing with 4 pin male micro connector on an 11″ jacketed pur cable.

DP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Large Detection Gap
  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Detects Through Aluminum
S12-275VPD-RGP21 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The S12-275VPD-RGP21 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is a digital proximity sensor. “DP” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The programmed detection gap is set to 0.375″ which is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor turns on when the ferrous metal is detected, producing a low digital output. Conversely, when the ferrous metal moves outside the detection gap, the sensor turns off producing a high digital output. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The S12-275VPD-RGP21 Sensor has a regulated input and 0-5 V digital output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M12 cylindrical housing with integrated connector.

DP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Large Detection Gap
  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Detects Through Aluminum
S12-275VPD-5VCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The S12-275VPD-5VCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is a digital proximity sensor. “DP” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The programmed detection gap is set to 0.375″ which is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor turns on when the ferrous metal is detected, producing a low digital output. Conversely, when the ferrous metal moves outside the detection gap, the sensor turns off producing a high digital output. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The S12-275VPD-5VCB2 Sensor uses a 0-5 V digital output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M12 cylindrical housing with integrated connector.

DP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Large Detection Gap
  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Detects Through Aluminum

Gear Tooth Sensor

A Hall Effect gear tooth sensor detects 0-32 pitch gears, bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other ferrous targets. Gear tooth sensors use a single-channel digital square wave output to resolve speed or count. Furthermore, the self-calibrating output reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target.

So, how does a gear tooth sensor work? First, mount the sensor in any orientation and set the air gap within the range of the target using the supplied lock nuts. Then as the first gear tooth approaches, the PNP sensor will power up with the output transistor OFF (Vout Low). Then as each tooth approaches, the PNP sensors output transistor turns ON (Vout High). After the first tooth, the sensor will not miss a target. Conversely, when the NPN sensor is OFF the voltage output is High and Low when its ON.

Also, gear tooth product series are dynamic, self -adjusting and include no wearing parts, near zero speed detection, and internal hysteresis. Modify, enhance, or update all of our Hall Effect sensors with our modular features and functionality. Start by selecting a housing in aluminum, stainless-steel, plastic, threaded, flange mount, and customer specific. Need a different sensor functionality? Then choose some options like NPN, PNP, TTL, etc. Furthermore, customize your connectivity with Deutch, Amphenol and other brand connectors. Or select free-end wires and pigtails, including any length option.

Contact us for additional Hall Effect gear tooth sensor or directional speed sensors.

The S12-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor that resolves the gap distance of magnet targets. The AH5 Analog Hall Sensor provides an analog output that changes in relation to the magnetic field strength perpendicular to the sensor’s face. These sensors are polarity sensitive. No field present provides a 2.5V output (offset voltage). This output changes by 5.0 mV per gauss (gain).

The S12-AH5-5VP21 Sensor is used for resolving the height, position, and movement of external magnets, the amplitude of current traveling down a conductor, the magnitude of field present in an electro- coil, etc. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

AH Analog Proximity Sensors are also available in a ratiometric version (-5V) which has an output voltage proportional to the supply voltage and a regulated version (-RG). We also offer analog output Hall Effect sensors with several different offset voltages and gains. PAH and PAM sensors are also available programmed to your application. Contact us or check our website to see other Analog Hall sensors.

Other features include:

  • Low Cost, Potted and Sealed
  • Ratiometric or Regulated
  • Shock & Vibration Resistant
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Infinite Resolution
MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor

The MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor that resolves the gap distance of magnet targets. The AH5 Analog Hall Sensor provides an analog output that changes in relation to the magnetic field strength perpendicular to the sensor’s face. These sensors are polarity sensitive. No field present provides a 2.5V output (offset voltage). This output changes by 5.0 mV per gauss (gain).

The MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Sensor is used for resolving the height, position, and movement of external magnets, the amplitude of current traveling down a conductor, the magnitude of field present in an electro- coil, etc. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

AH Analog Proximity Sensors are also available in a ratiometric version (-5V) which has an output voltage proportional to the supply voltage and a regulated version (-RG). We also offer analog output Hall Effect sensors with several different offset voltages and gains. PAH and PAM sensors are also available programmed to your application. Contact us or check our website to see other Analog Hall sensors.

Other features include:

  • Low Cost, Potted and Sealed
  • Ratiometric or Regulated
  • Shock & Vibration Resistant
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Infinite Resolution
A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets that resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in an aluminum cylindrical threaded 15/32-32 x 1″ housing with free end PVC 22 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets that resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in an aluminum cylindrical threaded M12 x 1mm x 70mm housing with free end PVC 22 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a tiny dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets to resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel cylindrical threaded housing with jacketed 3 wire 22AWG 80C PVC.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic black anodized aluminum threaded housing with jacketed 3 wire 22AWG 80C PVC.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end XLPE 20 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input with an NPN open collector.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Integral 3-way Metri-Pack 150.2 male connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Sensor uses PNP output with a 5k resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Sensor uses surge protected input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with integrated 3-way Metri-Pack male connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Deutsch DT 3 pin connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Deutsch DT 3 pin connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Greater air gap range
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M12 cylindrical housing with integrated connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target. The S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Sensor uses PNP output with a 5k resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a black anodized aluminum barrel housing with free end wire leads.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target. The A44-18ADSO-P5P21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting

Hall Switch

Hall Switch sensors produce a single digital output that is sensitive to the south pole magnetic field. Therefore, these Hall switches will not respond to north pole magnetic fields. Use it as a proximity switch sensor, speed, position, or count sensor using a square wave output pulse.

So how does the Hall non contact linear position sensor work? First, mount the sensor to a fixed surface. No orientation is required. Then set the air gap with the provided lock nuts. Finally, the switch turns ON, producing a low output when the south pole magnetic field is present. The switch turns OFF and produces a high output when the south pole magnetic field retracts.

Our line of Hall Effect proximity sensors operate at 55 Gauss, lower than our standard HS series. Additionally, these Hall switches are temperature stable, have no wearing parts, and offer internal hysteresis and short circuit protection. The shape, size, and ferrous content determine the detection gap. 

Contact us for additional switch options and alternative sensors.

M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic cylindrical threaded housing 12x1mm x 35mmL with wire leads.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable
A47-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The A47-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The A47-HS1-5KP21 Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a black anodized aluminum 5/32-32 cylindrical housing with wire leads.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable
S38-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The S38-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The S38-HS1-5KP21 Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel 3/8-24 cylindrical housing with wire leads.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable
M12-HS1-5KCB2 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The M12-HS1-5KCB2 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The M12-HS1-5KCB2 Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic M12 cylindrical housing with integral connector.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable

Speed Switch

Hall Effect speed switch and proximity sensors are pivotal components in modern industrial automation applications. Hence, detecting over, under, and zero speed conditions are a Hall speed sensor hallmark. These devices leverage the Hall Effect principle to provide contactless proximity and speed measurement. They do so by detecting ferrous metal gears or other ferrous targets. Thus, the non-contact nature of these magnetic sensors minimizes wear and tear, leading to lower maintenance costs and longer service life. Overall, Hall Effect speed sensors provide a sophisticated method for monitoring and controlling mechanical systems, contributing to the advancement of automation and control technologies.

Using a transistor or relay output, speed switches turn on and off depending on the factory programmed frequency. For example: a 30 Hz switch point will activate the output at any speed where 30 or more magnets pass the sensor within one second. Hall Effect speed switch and speed sensors use a single digital square wave output for resolving actual speed. So, they can be easily integrated into control systems to trigger alarms, shutdown procedures, or other necessary actions based on the detected conditions.

All our Hall Effect sensors can be modified, enhanced, or updated with our modular features and functionality. Choose from various housings in aluminum, stainless-steel, plastic, threaded, flange mount, and customer specific. Available sensor functionality includes NPN, PNP, TTL, etc. Connectivity options such as Deutch, Amphenol and many others, free-end wires pigtails, any length.

Contact us for additional tailored solutions that fit specific operational requirements.

S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Switch Speed Sensor

The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Switch Speed Sensor is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 is a normally open Form A Relay actuated by the South pole of magnet targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Speed Switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the sensor detects if more or less than 1 magnet target is moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the magnet target moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay closes. A closed relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Speed Switch Sensor has a 150 VAC normally open Relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect South Pole magnet targets moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • South Pole of magnets target speed switch
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 is a normally open Form A relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 speed switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 1 “tooth” is moving per second. When the speed switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay closes. A closed relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally open relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a speed sensor that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 is actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave transistor output. S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 speed switches are programmed to switch at 500 Hz. In other word, the sensor detects if more or less than 500 “teeth” are moving per second. When the speed switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 500 teeth per second, the transistor output goes low. A low transistor output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the switch turns off when the output goes high, indicating an “under speed” condition.

The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 speed switch has a regulated input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with an integral 4 pin male 12mm connector.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero” speed sensor that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 is actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave transistor output. S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 speed switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other word, the sensor detects if more or less than 1 “tooth” is moving per second. When the speed switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the transistor output goes low. A low transistor output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the switch turns off when the output goes high, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 speed switch has a regulated input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with an integral 4 pin male 12mm connector.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S18-SSTHS1-R5SA5-30 Hall Effect Magnet Speed Switch

The S18-SSTHS1-R5SA5-30 Hall Effect Magnet Speed Switch detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. Operating at 55 Gauss sensitivity, the S18-SSTHS1-R5SA5-30 is actuated by a south pole moving magnet. The speed switch turns on when the transistor output goes low. The programmed switching frequency is 30 Hz. So, a low output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the switch turns off when the output goes high, indicating an under-speed state.

The S18-SSTHS1-R5SA5-30 speed switch has a regulated input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. This speed sensor is potted in an M18 stainless barrel housing with a 4-wire shielded PVC cable.

“SSM” type Speed Switches detect Magnets moving past the sensor face. The operate gap range will be dependent on the material, size, and grad of target magnet. The switching frequency will depend on the number of magnets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Non-contact speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 is a normally closed Form B relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 speed switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 1 “tooth” is moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay opens. An open relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay closes when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally closed relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 is a normally open Form A relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 speed switches are programmed to switch at 500 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 500 “teeth” are moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 500 teeth per second, the relay closes. A low relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating an “under speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally open relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models

Target - Ferrous Metal

The S12-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor that resolves the gap distance of magnet targets. The AH5 Analog Hall Sensor provides an analog output that changes in relation to the magnetic field strength perpendicular to the sensor’s face. These sensors are polarity sensitive. No field present provides a 2.5V output (offset voltage). This output changes by 5.0 mV per gauss (gain).

The S12-AH5-5VP21 Sensor is used for resolving the height, position, and movement of external magnets, the amplitude of current traveling down a conductor, the magnitude of field present in an electro- coil, etc. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

AH Analog Proximity Sensors are also available in a ratiometric version (-5V) which has an output voltage proportional to the supply voltage and a regulated version (-RG). We also offer analog output Hall Effect sensors with several different offset voltages and gains. PAH and PAM sensors are also available programmed to your application. Contact us or check our website to see other Analog Hall sensors.

Other features include:

  • Low Cost, Potted and Sealed
  • Ratiometric or Regulated
  • Shock & Vibration Resistant
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Infinite Resolution
MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor

The MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor that resolves the gap distance of magnet targets. The AH5 Analog Hall Sensor provides an analog output that changes in relation to the magnetic field strength perpendicular to the sensor’s face. These sensors are polarity sensitive. No field present provides a 2.5V output (offset voltage). This output changes by 5.0 mV per gauss (gain).

The MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Sensor is used for resolving the height, position, and movement of external magnets, the amplitude of current traveling down a conductor, the magnitude of field present in an electro- coil, etc. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

AH Analog Proximity Sensors are also available in a ratiometric version (-5V) which has an output voltage proportional to the supply voltage and a regulated version (-RG). We also offer analog output Hall Effect sensors with several different offset voltages and gains. PAH and PAM sensors are also available programmed to your application. Contact us or check our website to see other Analog Hall sensors.

Other features include:

  • Low Cost, Potted and Sealed
  • Ratiometric or Regulated
  • Shock & Vibration Resistant
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Infinite Resolution
A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets that resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in an aluminum cylindrical threaded 15/32-32 x 1″ housing with free end PVC 22 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets that resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in an aluminum cylindrical threaded M12 x 1mm x 70mm housing with free end PVC 22 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a tiny dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets to resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel cylindrical threaded housing with jacketed 3 wire 22AWG 80C PVC.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic black anodized aluminum threaded housing with jacketed 3 wire 22AWG 80C PVC.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end XLPE 20 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input with an NPN open collector.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Integral 3-way Metri-Pack 150.2 male connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Sensor uses PNP output with a 5k resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Switch Speed Sensor

The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Switch Speed Sensor is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 is a normally open Form A Relay actuated by the South pole of magnet targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Speed Switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the sensor detects if more or less than 1 magnet target is moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the magnet target moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay closes. A closed relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Speed Switch Sensor has a 150 VAC normally open Relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect South Pole magnet targets moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • South Pole of magnets target speed switch
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 is a normally open Form A relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 speed switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 1 “tooth” is moving per second. When the speed switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay closes. A closed relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally open relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
MFM7-275VPD-RGCD4 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The MFM7-275VPD-RGCD4 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is a digital proximity sensor. “DP” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The programmed detection gap is set to 0.375″ which is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor turns on when the ferrous metal is detected, producing a low digital output. Conversely, when the ferrous metal moves outside the detection gap, the sensor turns off producing a high digital output. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The MFM7-275VPD-RGCD4 Sensor has a regulated input and 0-5 V digital output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector with 5″ 20 AWG XLPE wire.

DP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Large Detection Gap
  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Detects Through Aluminum
S12H-275VPD-RGCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The S12H-275VPA-RGCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is an analog proximity sensor. “AP” type Hall Effect Sensors are analog proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The target detection gap is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor goes from 0.5 V (analog output increases) when no ferrous metal is detected to 4.5 V (analog output decreases) when contacting the steel plate. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The S12H-275VPA-RGCB2 Sensor uses a regulated input and 0-5 V analog output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M12 cylindrical housing with integrated connector.

AP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Lower Cost OEM Design
  • Wide Temperature Range
  • Shock and Vibration Resistant
  • Detects Through Aluminum
S18-275VPD-RICB1E Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The S18-275VPD-RICB1E Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is a digital proximity sensor. “DP” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The programmed detection gap is set to 0.375″ which is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor turns on when the ferrous metal is detected, producing a low digital output. Conversely, when the ferrous metal moves outside the detection gap, the sensor turns off producing a high digital output. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The S18-275VPD-RICB1E Sensor has a regulated input and PNP output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M18 cylindrical housing with 4 pin male micro connector on an 11″ jacketed pur cable.

DP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Large Detection Gap
  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Detects Through Aluminum
S12-275VPD-RGP21 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The S12-275VPD-RGP21 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is a digital proximity sensor. “DP” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The programmed detection gap is set to 0.375″ which is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor turns on when the ferrous metal is detected, producing a low digital output. Conversely, when the ferrous metal moves outside the detection gap, the sensor turns off producing a high digital output. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The S12-275VPD-RGP21 Sensor has a regulated input and 0-5 V digital output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M12 cylindrical housing with integrated connector.

DP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Large Detection Gap
  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Detects Through Aluminum
S12-275VPD-5VCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor

The S12-275VPD-5VCB2 Hall Effect Metal Detection Sensor is a digital proximity sensor. “DP” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital proximity sensors that detect large steel or ferrous targets.  The programmed detection gap is set to 0.375″ which is dependent upon the shape, size, and ferrous content. The Proximity Sensor turns on when the ferrous metal is detected, producing a low digital output. Conversely, when the ferrous metal moves outside the detection gap, the sensor turns off producing a high digital output. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target.

The S12-275VPD-5VCB2 Sensor uses a 0-5 V digital output.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M12 cylindrical housing with integrated connector.

DP Ferrous Metal Detection Sensors can be programmed for repeatable and precise target detection.  Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Large Detection Gap
  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Detects Through Aluminum
S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a speed sensor that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 is actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave transistor output. S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 speed switches are programmed to switch at 500 Hz. In other word, the sensor detects if more or less than 500 “teeth” are moving per second. When the speed switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 500 teeth per second, the transistor output goes low. A low transistor output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the switch turns off when the output goes high, indicating an “under speed” condition.

The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-500 speed switch has a regulated input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with an integral 4 pin male 12mm connector.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero” speed sensor that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 is actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave transistor output. S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 speed switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other word, the sensor detects if more or less than 1 “tooth” is moving per second. When the speed switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the transistor output goes low. A low transistor output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the switch turns off when the output goes high, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 speed switch has a regulated input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with an integral 4 pin male 12mm connector.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 is a normally closed Form B relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 speed switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 1 “tooth” is moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay opens. An open relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay closes when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally closed relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 is a normally open Form A relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 speed switches are programmed to switch at 500 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 500 “teeth” are moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 500 teeth per second, the relay closes. A low relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating an “under speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally open relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Sensor uses surge protected input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with integrated 3-way Metri-Pack male connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Deutsch DT 3 pin connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Deutsch DT 3 pin connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Greater air gap range
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M12 cylindrical housing with integrated connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target. The S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Sensor uses PNP output with a 5k resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a black anodized aluminum barrel housing with free end wire leads.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target. The A44-18ADSO-P5P21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting

Target - Gear Tooth

The S12-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor that resolves the gap distance of magnet targets. The AH5 Analog Hall Sensor provides an analog output that changes in relation to the magnetic field strength perpendicular to the sensor’s face. These sensors are polarity sensitive. No field present provides a 2.5V output (offset voltage). This output changes by 5.0 mV per gauss (gain).

The S12-AH5-5VP21 Sensor is used for resolving the height, position, and movement of external magnets, the amplitude of current traveling down a conductor, the magnitude of field present in an electro- coil, etc. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

AH Analog Proximity Sensors are also available in a ratiometric version (-5V) which has an output voltage proportional to the supply voltage and a regulated version (-RG). We also offer analog output Hall Effect sensors with several different offset voltages and gains. PAH and PAM sensors are also available programmed to your application. Contact us or check our website to see other Analog Hall sensors.

Other features include:

  • Low Cost, Potted and Sealed
  • Ratiometric or Regulated
  • Shock & Vibration Resistant
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Infinite Resolution
MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor

The MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Analog Hall Proximity Sensor that resolves the gap distance of magnet targets. The AH5 Analog Hall Sensor provides an analog output that changes in relation to the magnetic field strength perpendicular to the sensor’s face. These sensors are polarity sensitive. No field present provides a 2.5V output (offset voltage). This output changes by 5.0 mV per gauss (gain).

The MFM7-AH5-5VP21 Sensor is used for resolving the height, position, and movement of external magnets, the amplitude of current traveling down a conductor, the magnitude of field present in an electro- coil, etc. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

AH Analog Proximity Sensors are also available in a ratiometric version (-5V) which has an output voltage proportional to the supply voltage and a regulated version (-RG). We also offer analog output Hall Effect sensors with several different offset voltages and gains. PAH and PAM sensors are also available programmed to your application. Contact us or check our website to see other Analog Hall sensors.

Other features include:

  • Low Cost, Potted and Sealed
  • Ratiometric or Regulated
  • Shock & Vibration Resistant
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Infinite Resolution
A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets that resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in an aluminum cylindrical threaded 15/32-32 x 1″ housing with free end PVC 22 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A47-18ADSO-ODP21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets that resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in an aluminum cylindrical threaded M12 x 1mm x 70mm housing with free end PVC 22 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A12F-18ADSO-ODP23 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a tiny dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets to resolve speed or count. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel cylindrical threaded housing with jacketed 3 wire 22AWG 80C PVC.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The S38J-22ADSO-5KJA5 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic black anodized aluminum threaded housing with jacketed 3 wire 22AWG 80C PVC.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. The A63-37ADSO-5KJA5 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B Sensor uses an N Channel open drain output. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end XLPE 20 AWG wires.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-ODX0B sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input with an NPN open collector.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Integral 3-way Metri-Pack 150.2 male connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-LNCP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 Sensor uses PNP output with a 5k resistor. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with free end wire leads.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-P5P21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Switch Speed Sensor

The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Switch Speed Sensor is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 is a normally open Form A Relay actuated by the South pole of magnet targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Speed Switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the sensor detects if more or less than 1 magnet target is moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the magnet target moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay closes. A closed relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRHS1-NOSL5-001 Speed Switch Sensor has a 150 VAC normally open Relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect South Pole magnet targets moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • South Pole of magnets target speed switch
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 is a normally open Form A relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 speed switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 1 “tooth” is moving per second. When the speed switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay closes. A closed relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-001 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally open relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero speed” indicator that detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 is a normally closed Form B relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 speed switches are programmed to switch at 1 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 1 “tooth” is moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 1 tooth per second, the relay opens. An open relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay closes when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating a “zero speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NCSL5-001 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally closed relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 is a normally open Form A relay actuated by steel gears or other ferrous targets. The targets’ speed is resolved using a single channel digital square wave relay output. S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 speed switches are programmed to switch at 500 Hz. In other words, the speed sensor detects if more or less than 500 “teeth” are moving per second. When the Speed Switch senses the gear teeth moving faster than 500 teeth per second, the relay closes. A low relay output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the relay opens when the gear “teeth” are moving slower than 1 tooth per second, indicating an “under speed” condition.

The S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 speed switch has a 150 VAC normally open relay output powered at 8 to 32 VDC. This sensor is potted in an M12 stainless barrel housing with a shielded 2 pair 22 AWG PVC cable.

“SSG” type Speed Switches detect Gear teeth moving past the sensor face, using Hall Effect Technology. In addition to 0-32 pitch gears, speed switches will detect other ferrous targets. Such as, ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Ferrous target speed switch/speed
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models
MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 Sensor uses surge protected input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with integrated 3-way Metri-Pack male connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM61O-18ADSO-L5CP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Deutsch DT 3 pin connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CP13 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a large dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 Sensor uses load dump and EMI protected input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic flange mount housing with wire leads and Deutsch DT 3 pin connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Set the air gap relative to the sensing target face with the easy install flange mount design. The MFM7-37ADSO-L5CD3 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Greater air gap range
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 Sensor uses NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel M12 cylindrical housing with integrated connector.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target. The S12-18ADSO-5KCB2 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the NPN output to go low. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting
A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor

The A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Sensor is a dynamic speed sensor. “DSO” type Hall Effect Sensors are digital single square wave output target trackers that detect 0-32 pitch gears and ferrous targets. Additional targets include ferrous bolt heads, holes in steel plates, and other magnetic targets.

The A44-18ADSO-P5P21 Sensor uses PNP output with a 5k resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a black anodized aluminum barrel housing with free end wire leads.

DSO Gear Tooth Sensors have a self-calibrating output that reacts to both the leading and falling edge of any ferrous metal target. No rotational orientation is required for the sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target. The A44-18ADSO-P5P21 sensor operates in the presence of a magnetic field, which causes the PNP output to go high. 

Other features include:

  • Internal hysteresis, bounce free
  • Solid state (no wearing parts)
  • Temperature stable
  • Near 0 speed operation
  • Dynamic, self-adjusting

Target - Magnet

AM-M1H2-04022S Magnet for Angle Position Sensors

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.

PM-SCS50Fx075S-01022S Magnet in Bolt Casing

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.

PM-SCS50Fx075N-01022S Magnet in Bolt Casing

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.

RM-01-071 Magnet for Angle Position Sensors

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.

MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 90 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the output stays 0V; and if it goes past 90 degrees the output stays 5V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 90 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 360 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The MFM7-APS360-LACD4 Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the sensor output will go up to 5V and if the magnet goes past 360 degrees the output drops to 0V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 360 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 180 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The MFM7-APS180-LACD4 Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the output stays 0V; and if it goes past 180 degrees the output stays 5V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 180 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
A63-APS360-LACB1E Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

The A63-APS360-LACB1E Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor operate at 8 to 32 VDC and provide 0-5V analog output over 360 degrees of rotation. “APS” type Angle Position Sensors are non-contact sensors that detect a marked magnet to define orientation. The output is proportional to the angle. The flange mount housing installation ensures proper orientation and gap from the target magnet. The A63-APS360-LACB1E Angle Position Sensor has a regulated and load dump protected input with linear analog output. A ratiometric output to internal 5 V regulator, analog ref. output wire can be connected for regulator tolerance. Provided lock nuts used to set air gap and orientation to magnet. Target Magnet Sold Separately

The “Discontinuity Point” is the angle where the output changes from 0V to 5V. This is intentionally programmed to be as far away from the actual Linear Range as possible. With this, if the magnet goes past 0 degrees the sensor output will go up to 5V and if the magnet goes past 360 degrees the output drops to 0V.

Note: The operate gap range is dependent on the target magnet. Refer to the specifications chart for magnet options and gap ranges. Contact us for 0 to 5 V angle position sensors for other degrees of rotation!

Other features include:

  • Non-contact
  • Resistant to Shock & Vibration
  • Linear Voltage Output
  • Output Over 360 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions
S63B-DHS1-5KCB2A Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor

The S63B-DHS1-5KCB2A Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor produces dual pulsing outputs, 1 south pole and 1 north pole. Dual output Hall Switch Sensors function as a directional limit switch. “DHS1” type Dual Hall Effect Sensors have a 55 gauss operate point. The S63B-DHS1-5KCB2A Dual Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel 5/8-18 cylindrical housing with integral connector.

When the south pole element is close to the sensor face, channel A output goes low and the sensor switches on, while Channel B output goes high and switches off. The sensor can detect the south pole magnet at a slightly greater operate gap than the north pole element. Conversely, when the north pole element is close to the sensor face, channel B output goes low and switches on, while channel A output goes high and switches off. So, a south pole detection turns channel A on, while a north pole detection turns channel B on.

No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Rugged, Sealed Housing
  • Greater Detection Gap than Standard DHS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
S12-DHS1-5KSA5 Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor

The S12-DHS1-5KSA5 Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor produces dual pulsing outputs, 1 south pole and 1 north pole. Dual output Hall Switch Sensors function as a directional limit switch. “DHS1” type Dual Hall Effect Sensors have a 55 gauss operate point. The S12-DHS1-5KSA5 Dual Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic M12 cylindrical housing with shielded 4-wire 22 AWG PVC cable.

When the south pole element is close to the sensor face, channel A output goes low and the sensor switches on, while Channel B output goes high and switches off. The sensor can detect the south pole magnet at a slightly greater operate gap than the north pole element. Conversely, when the north pole element is close to the sensor face, channel B output goes low and switches on, while channel A output goes high and switches off. So, a south pole detection turns channel A on, while a north pole detection turns channel B on.

No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

Other features include:

  • Rugged, Sealed Housing
  • Greater Detection Gap than Standard DHS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
MFM7-DHS1-5KCD4 Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor

The MFM7-DHS1-5KCD4 Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor produces dual pulsing outputs, 1 south pole and 1 north pole. Dual output Hall Switch Sensors function as a directional limit switch. “DHS1” type Dual Hall Effect Sensors have a 55 gauss operate point. The MFM7-DHS1-5KCD4 Dual Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a flange mount housing with Deutsch DT04 4-pin connector.

When the south pole element is close to the sensor face, channel A output goes low and the sensor switches on, while Channel B output goes high and switches off. The sensor can detect the south pole magnet at a slightly greater operate gap than the north pole element. Conversely, when the north pole element is close to the sensor face, channel B output goes low and switches on, while channel A output goes high and switches off. So, a south pole detection turns channel A on, while a north pole detection turns channel B on.

No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

Other features include:

  • True Zero Speed
  • Rugged, Sealed Housing
  • Greater Detection Gap than Standard DHS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)

Target - Magnet, South Pole

PM-SCS50Fx075S-01022S Magnet in Bolt Casing

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.

RM-01-020 Magnet for Position and Speed Sensors

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.

M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The M12-HS1-5KP21 Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic cylindrical threaded housing 12x1mm x 35mmL with wire leads.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable
A47-HS1-P5P21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The A47-HS1-P5P21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The A47-HS1-P5P21 Hall Switch Sensor has an PNP input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a black anodized aluminum 5/32-32 cylindrical housing with wire leads.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable
A47-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The A47-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The A47-HS1-5KP21 Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a black anodized aluminum 5/32-32 cylindrical housing with wire leads.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable
S38-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The S38-HS1-5KP21 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The S38-HS1-5KP21 Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a stainless steel 3/8-24 cylindrical housing with wire leads.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable
M12-HS1-5KCB2 Hall Effect Switch Sensor

The M12-HS1-5KCB2 Hall Effect Switch Sensor is a single digital output south pole sensitive proximity sensor with a 55 gauss operate point. “HS” type Hall Effect Sensors are hall switch sensors that turn on and off with a magnet. Since this sensor is south pole sensitive, it does not respond to north pole magnetic fields.

When the south pole magnetic field is present, the sensor switches on producing a low output. Conversely, when the magnetic field retracts the sensor switches off producing a high output. No rotational sensor orientation is required for operation. Use the provided lock nuts to set the air gap from the target. Note: Operate and release gaps are dependent on the size, material, grade, and temperature of the target magnet. 

The M12-HS1-5KCB2 Hall Switch Sensor has an NPN input with a 5k pull up resistor.  Furthermore, the sensor is potted in a plastic M12 cylindrical housing with integral connector.

HS1 Hall Effect Switch Sensors use square wave output pulses that can be used to detect speed, position, proximity, or count. Contact us with your specific requirements!

Other features include:

  • Internal Hysteresis
  • Lower Gauss Operation than Standard HS Sensor
  • Solid State (Nothing to wear out!)
  • Temperature Stable
S18-SSTHS1-R5SA5-30 Hall Effect Magnet Speed Switch

The S18-SSTHS1-R5SA5-30 Hall Effect Magnet Speed Switch detects rotational or linear over or under speed conditions. Operating at 55 Gauss sensitivity, the S18-SSTHS1-R5SA5-30 is actuated by a south pole moving magnet. The speed switch turns on when the transistor output goes low. The programmed switching frequency is 30 Hz. So, a low output means that an over-speed condition has occurred. Conversely, the switch turns off when the output goes high, indicating an under-speed state.

The S18-SSTHS1-R5SA5-30 speed switch has a regulated input and NPN output with a 5k pull up resistor. This speed sensor is potted in an M18 stainless barrel housing with a 4-wire shielded PVC cable.

“SSM” type Speed Switches detect Magnets moving past the sensor face. The operate gap range will be dependent on the material, size, and grad of target magnet. The switching frequency will depend on the number of magnets.

No rotational orientation is required for the speed sensor to operate. Lock nuts are used to set the air gap within the rage of the sensing target.

Other features include:

  • Non-contact speed sensor
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models

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