Posted on February 1, 2009 - ( views)
The designer and manufacturer of high precision position sensors has launched its most configurable rotary sensor, the SRH500P. The factory programmable sensor, for use in extreme environments, gives OEMs a wide selection of parameters so the sensor can be configured to suit their individual needs. Based on non-contact Hall effect technology it can operate in high dither vibration conditions with no deterioration ofthe sensing element. It is resistant to shock and vibration which makes it fit for many position monitoring applications on off-highway and military ground vehicles. These include steering position, suspension position and lift system position on military, municipal, agricultural and construction vehicles. The sensor operates from either a 5Vdc regulated or 9-30Vdc unregulated power supply and can be supplied programmed with any one of 341 different angles from 20 degrees up to 360 degrees in one degree increments.
15 Airfield Road
BH23 3TG Christchurch
Provides accurate rotary measurement for OEMs
Available with a 4-20 mA output option
support analog voltage output
with multiple handle and grip styles
ideal for use in extreme environments
uses non-contact hall-effect technology
for speed control
with dual outputs
for rugged, safety critical applications
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