Piher Sensing Systems

Rotary Hall-effect position sensors

Hall-effect sensors measure the angular position through the variation of the magnetic field amplitude induced by the displacement of a moving magnet. In combination with the appropriate signal processing, the magnetic flux density of a small magnet rotating above a IC can be measured in a non-contacting way to produce an output signal proportional to the decoded angular position.

Our rotary Hall-effect position sensors provide a rotational lifetime of up to 50 million cycles, linearity up to ±0.5% and sealing to IP69K standard. The output is selectable between Analog, PWM and Serial Protocol. Furthermore, switch or redundant outputs can be integrated in most of our sensors.

We also provide custom developments with CAN or 4-20mA current output. If you have any questions or need further support please reach out via our contact form.

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