|Voltage||9 to 26 VDC,10% ripple allowed|
Kanson Magnetic Sensors Offer:
- General and special purpose
- Time Delay Relays
- Fast Timing Cycle Rates
- Compatible w/ Mechanical Switches and Solid State Proximity Sensors
- High Voltage DC Switching
MAGNETIC PROXIMITY SENSORS
ISSC Kanson Electronics magnetic proximity sensors use a physical property known as the Hall effect. When a thin sheet of a semiconductor material (a Hall element) is placed in a magnetic field and a perpendicular current is passed through it, a voltage is generated between the opposite borders of the semiconductor sheet.
The sensor is housed in a three branch slot case; the first branch contains the Hall element; the second brand contains the magnet; and the third brand contains a ferromagnetic vane that blocks the influence of the Hall element’s magnetic field to control output change.
MAGNETIC SENSOR APPLICATIONS
Magnetic sensors are commonly used in automobile compasses, GPS navigation systems and dead reckoning modules.
MAGNETIC ENCLOSURE OPTIONS
Casings for Magnetic Effect Electronic Proximity Sensors consist of heavy duty plastic reinforced with glass fibers.