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Magnetic Measuring System serves rotary applications.
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October 1, 2012 - Incremental, non-contact measuring system, PMIS4/PMIR5, consists of sensor head and incremental magnetic ring. Sensor head has fully enclosed, IP67, shielded metal housing that offers protection against EMI and thermal overload. Guiding distance is ±1 mm, and available output types are HTL, TTL, and TTL24V. Magnetic ring comes in 3 sizes, with 83, 133, or 233 mm flanges. They are available with decadic, binary, or degree division and reach performance levels up to 327,680 pulses/360°.

New Magnetic Measuring System for Rotary Applications

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ASM Sensors, Inc.
650 W. Grand Ave.
Elmhurst, IL, 60126

Press release date: September 1, 2012

Elmhurst, IL - Sensor specialist ASM extends its magnetic POSIROT® position sensors range to the combination PMIS4/PMIR5, developed specifically for rotary applications. The advantages of this combination are high EMC protection, large guiding distance tolerance and a superior signal performance up to 327,680 pulses/360°.

The incremental, non-contact measuring system PMIS4/PMIR5 consists of the sensor head PMIS4 and an incremental magnetic ring PMIR5. The sensor head is made of a fully enclosed, shielded metal housing. It offers high protection against electromagnetic interference, thermal overload and has protection class IP67. Guiding distance is ± 1 mm. Available output types are HTL, TTL and TTL24V.

The PMIR5 magnetic ring comes in three sizes with flange sizes of 83, 133 or 233 mm. They are available with decadic, binary or degree division and reach corresponding 131,072 pulses / 360°, 196,608 pulses / 360° or 327,680 pulses / 360°. Temperature range is -40 °C to +85 °C, the maximum pulse frequency is 480 kHz.

Since the system operates magnetically, it is unaffected by contamination from oil and dust. For this reason its suitable for use in harsh, dusty industrial environments.

ASM Sensors, Inc. is a leading company in the development, manufacturing and marketing of linear and rotary position sensors as well as tilt sensors for use in industrial and commercial applications. With 30 years of experience in serving all sectors of industry, ASM sensors has set industry standards in position measurement by providing innovative products to help automate processes and to increase safety in the workplace.

ASM Sensors, Inc. has its global headquarters in Moosinning, Germany near Munich which is ISO 9001:2008 certified and is where both standard products and customized solutions are manufactured. ASM products are sold worldwide through subsidiaries, sales offices and a network of representatives.
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