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MFM7-DHS1-5KCD4 Hall Effect Dual Switch Sensor

Description

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!)

Specifications

Output TypeNPN
Actuator MaterialMagnet
Frequency50 kHz
Supply Voltage, Vcc4.2 ~ 24 V
Must Operate7.5 mT
Must Release0.5 mT
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-DHS1-5KCD4Standex FactoryAmericas0 RFQ2022-12-05

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Associated Parts

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!)

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!)

Technical Papers

Datasheets
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