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MFM7-APS90-LACD4 Hall Effect Angle Position Sensor

Description

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

Specifications

Output TypeAnalog Voltage
Actuator MaterialMagnet
Frequency250 Hz
Supply Voltage, Vcc8 ~ 32 V
Operating Temp.-40 ~ 125 C
Package/CaseFlange mount
Termination StyleWire Leads with Connector

Applications

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

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Item No.DatasheetDistributorRegionQuantityCartRFQInventory Date
MFM7-APS90-LACD4Standex FactoryAmericas0 RFQ2022-12-05

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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 output stays 0V; and if it goes past 360 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 360 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions

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

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 output stays 0V; and if it goes past 360 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 360 Degrees of Rotation
  • 5V or Regulated Versions

Technical Papers

Datasheets
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