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S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch

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

Specifications

Output TypeSPST-NO
Actuator MaterialFerrous Metals, Gear Tooth
Frequency500 Hz
Supply Voltage, Vcc8 ~ 30 V
Operating Temp.-40 ~ 110 C
Package/CaseCylinder, Threaded M12
Termination StyleCable

Applications

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

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Item No.DatasheetDistributorRegionQuantityCartRFQInventory Date
S12R-SSRDSO-NOSL5-500Standex FactoryAmericas0 RFQ2022-12-05

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Associated Parts

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

The S12H-SSTDSO-R5CB2-001 Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Switch is a “zero speed” indicator 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 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
  • No orientation required
  • Add –xxx in Hz to End of PN –contact factory for custom switch point models

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

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

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