Honeywell SNG-S Speed Sensor | New Product Brief
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Honeywell SNG-S Speed Sensor
Honeywell’s SNG-S Series Speed Sensors use a magnetically biased Hall-effect integrated circuit (IC) to accurately sense movement of ferrous metal targets.
The specially designed IC and a permanent magnet are sealed in rugged, probe-type packages. The IC detects the alteration of the magnet’s flux density when it is approached by ferrous metal.
A sensor positioned at the circumference of a revolving gear wheel detects the teeth and spaces, and supplies a digital pulse output with frequency proportional to gear wheel speed. The SNG-S sensors are insensitive to orientation during assembly.
The speed sensors feature robust electrical noise immunity, 0 kHz to 15 kHz zero speed detection and a 4.5V to 24V supply voltage range. The sensors can operate within a wide temperature range between -40°C to +140°C.
Optimum performance is dependent upon a combination of variables such as target material, geometry and speed, sensor/target gap, and environmental temperature.
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