Honeywell Sensing & IoT Datasheets for Speed Sensors

Magnetic speed sensors rely on a magnet as the sensing element or sensed target to capture rotational or linear speed. They are typically used as gear tooth speed sensors or incorporated into stroboscopes or tachometers.
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General Purpose VRS sensors are designed for use in applications with medium to high speeds or in electrically noisy environments with relatively small air gaps. Passive VRS (Variable Reluctance Speed)...
Hazardous Location VRS sensors are designed for use in locations where explosion-proof or intrinsically safe sensors are required. Passive VRS (Variable Reluctance Speed) Magnetic Speed sensors are simple, rugged devices...
High Output VRS sensors are designed for use in applications where higher output voltages are needed. They perform best at low to medium speeds with medium to high impedance loads.
High Resolution VRS sensors are designed for use in applications where precise timing pulse is required, and/or fine pitch gears are used. Proper alignment of the sensor is required. Passive...
High Temperature VRS sensors are designed for use in applications where the sensor is exposed to temperatures up to 260 °C [450 °F]. Sealed Front-End versions are available for applications...
Power Output VRS sensors are designed for driving low resistance loads at large air gaps in applications where larger actuators may be used. Passive VRS (Variable Reluctance Speed) Magnetic Speed...
The 584XX Series Digital Magnetic Speed Sensors combine active electronics with features of Variable Reluctance Sensors in a single package. The 584XX Series produce constant amplitude output signals suitable for...
The LCZ Series Hall-effect Zero Speed Sensors provide a durable, cost-effective solution in most harsh environments. The sensor is available in 9,5 mm [3/8 in/0.375 in] and 15,9 mm [5/8...
The SNDH-H Series Hall-Effect Speed Sensors use a magnetically biased Hall-effect integrated circuit to accurately sense movement of ferrous metal targets. The specially designed integrated circuit (IC) and a permanent...
The SNDH-T Series is a dual differential hall sensor that provides speed and direction information using a quadrature output with signals 90 degree phase shifted from each other. Target direction...
The SNG-Q Series Quadrature Speed and Direction Sensors are designed to provide both speed and direction information. Speed information is provided from digital square wave outputs; direction is provided using...
The 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...
The VG481V1 Back biased Hall-effect speed sensor IC contains a dual peak detecting circuit that is coupled with a Hall-effect element to detect the speed of a ferrous gear tooth...
The ZH10 Hall-effect Speed Sensors provide a durable, cost-effective solution in most harsh environments. The sensor is available in a 11,9 mm diameter, in a 25,4 mm length. The aluminum...