Press Release Summary:
Solid state end of stroke sensor monitors end position of linear actuators and incorporates Hall effect device activated by rare earth magnet embedded in internal screw. Sensor has temperature compensated operating range of -55Â° to 150Â°C, supply voltage range of 3.8-24 Vdc, and digital current sinking output of up to 20 mA. Compact profile enables installation in limited space applications.
Original Press Release:
End of Stroke Proximity Sensor
Haydon Switch & Instrument, Inc. (HSI) now offers an optional solid state end of stroke sensor for its entire line of hybrid linear actuators. The sensor is capable of monitoring the end position of linear actuators and incorporates a hall effect device, which is activated by a rare earth magnet embedded in the end of the internal screw. The compact profile of the sensor allows for installation in limited space applications.
The sensor has virtually unlimited cycle life and a wide temperature compensated operating range (-55° C to 150° C). It has a supply voltage range of 3.8 to 24 volts DC and a digital current sinking output of up to 20 mA. An analog option can be provided, as well as special cabling and connectors. HSI's end of stroke proximity sensor and all HSI products are backed by a technical team which provides extensive customer support and applications assistance and are available to assist you with a solution to fit your needs and your budget.
This option is available on HSI's entire line of hybrid linear actuators, which is the broadest in the world.
For more information about HSI products, contact:
Haydon Switch & Instrument, Inc.
1500 Meriden Road
Waterbury, CT 06705
Toll free: 800-243-2715
CT & International: 203-756-7441