Posted on September 15, 2010 - ( views)
Penny + Giles expanded the output options of its SRH501P and SRH502P contactless rotary position sensors, making them ideal for use in factory automated systems and process control machinery. Both the single output SRH501P and the dual output SRH502P feature a programmable sensor that is based on contactless Hall effect technology. This enables them to operate in high dither vibration conditions without risk of deterioration of the sensing element. These sensors are resistant to shock and vibration. With the 0-10Vdc output option, the sensors can operate from a 13.5-30Vdc unregulated power supply. They are available factory-programmed with any one of 341 different angles from 20 degrees up to 360 degrees, in one degree increments.
Edited by: Filip Burm
15 Airfield Road
BH23 3TG Christchurch
Provides accurate rotary measurement for OEMs
Available with a 4-20 mA output option
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
performance in extreme environments
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