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Angle Position SensorsAngle Position SensorsNon-contact, intrinsically linear contact angle position sensors with two independent outputs. The sensors operate through the use of Hall Effect technology with magnetic fields generated by permanent magnets. The sensors provide a linear change in voltage output corresponding to an angular rotation of the input shaft.

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Speed SensorsSpeed SensorsHall-effect sensors designed for use in applications where ferrous edge detection / near zero speed sensing is needed. They provide a sinking current output.

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Magnetic Proximity Sensors (Hall)Magnetic Proximity Sensors (Hall)One-piece non-contact solid-state position sensors, available in a wide variety of packages, that operate through the use of Hall Effect technology with magnetic fields generated by permanent magnets. The sensors provide a sinking current output

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Magnetic Proximity Sensors (Reed)Magnetic Proximity Sensors (Reed)Reed position sensors with normally open or closed contacts that change states when a magnetic field is applied.  The sensors act as non-latching electrical switches.

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Digital Vane SensorsDigital Vane SensorsHall Effect digital vane sensor and a permanent magnet packaged in two small towers. The output switches when a ferrous target passes between the towers. Typical targets are linear or rotary vanes using a square saw tooth or an open slot in a solid disk or band.

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Linear Position SensorsLinear Position SensorsThe LIN Series sensors are non-contact linear position sensors with one or two independent outputs. The sensors operate through the use of Hall Effect technology with magnetic fields generated by permanent magnets. They provide a linear change in voltage output corresponding to a linear displacement of the actuator magnet.

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