HS220-400 Zero Speed Sensor. Source: SensoronixHS220-400 Zero Speed Sensor. Source: SensoronixSensoronix has introduced a new miniature Hall effect speed sensor to measure magnetic field distortion created by a ferrous target, such as a tooth in a gear. The new sensor features a 303 stainless steel, 1/4-40, UNS-2A, threaded body that is 0.880 in. long. It is designed for use in any orientation and virtually any environment.

Zero speed Hall effect sensors are ideally suited for speed measurement applications as they can provide very precise measurements, even at zero speed. They provide a digital output that has a constant amplitude, no matter how much the speed varies.

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Sensoronix zero speed sensors are suited for a wide variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, electric power generators, exercise equipment and locomotives. Applications include dynamometers, crankshafts, camshafts, electric speedometers, flywheel speed sensing and motor speed measurement.

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