Magnetic Sensors - Position, Proximity, Speed (Modules)

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  • Ask: How does a magnetic position sensor work?

    Answer: Magnetic Position Sensors. Anisotropic Magneto-Resistive (AMR) sensors are precise and contact-less devices that measure the changes in the angle of a magnetic field as seen by the sensor. TE Connectivity's (TE) magnetic position sensors offer robust non-contact position measurements in harsh environments.

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  • Ask: How do position sensors work?

    Answer: In a Hall effect sensor, a thin strip of metal has a current applied along it. ... Using groups of sensors, the relative position of the magnet can be deduced. When a beam of charged particles passes through a magnetic field, forces act on the particles and the beam is deflected from a straight path.

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  • Ask: What device detects magnetic fields?

    Answer: Potentiometric position sensor is operated based on the principle of resistive effect. A resistive track acts as a sensing element, and a wiper is attached to the body or part of the body whose displacement is to be measured. ... The movement of wiper changes the resistance between one end of the track and wiper.

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  • Ask: What is a magnetic pickup sensor?

    Answer: A magnetometer is a device that measures magnetism\u2014the direction, strength, or relative change of a magnetic field at a particular location. The measurement of the magnetization of a magnetic material (like a ferromagnet) is an example.

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  • Ask: How do magnetic proximity sensors work?

    Answer: Magnetic proximity sensors are actuated by the presence of a permanent magnet. ... The presences of a magnetic field makes the thin plates flex and touch each other causing an electrical contact. The plate's surface has been treated with a special material par-ticularly suitable for low current or high inductive circuits.

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  • Ask: What is the sensing range for magnetic proximity sensors?

    Answer: Their speeds range from 10 to 20 Hz in ac, or 500 Hz to 5 kHz in dc. Because of magnetic field limitations, inductive sensors have a relatively narrow sensing range \u2014 from fractions of millimeters to 60 mm on average \u2014 though longer-range specialty products are available.

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  • Ask: What is magnetic proximity switch?

    Answer: Magnetic Proximity Switches are designed to detect magnetic fields up to the distance of 60 mm. These can detect magnetic field even through ferromagnetic and non- ferromagnetic materials, it only depends on the power of permanent magnet. ... Magnetic Proximity Switches are used to detect the magnetic field.

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