AMM20B5A1CLASL380 - 

Magnetic Position Sensor, AMM20B Series, 10 Turn, Clockwise, Analog Output, 0.3% Linearity, 5 Vdc

AMM20B5A1CLASL380 - Magnetic Position Sensor, AMM20B Series, 10 Turn, Clockwise, Analog Output, 0.3% Linearity, 5 Vdc

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The AMM20B5A1CLASL380 is an analog magnetic Position Sensor designed to meets the specifications of heavy-duty applications requiring long cycle life and high reliability. It features slim profile package for applications with space constraints and a programmable electrical angle of 3600° (10 turn). This multiturn rotary sensor features a 1/4-inch diameter shaft with a 3/8-inch diameter bushing containing bronze sleeve bearing.
  • 20mm Size
  • Bushing mount
  • ±0.3% Independent linearity
  • 660μs Typical low output refresh rate
  • Slotted shaft style
  • Axial PC pin terminal configuration
  • Non-contacting magnetic technology
  • Highly resistant to vibration/shock
  • Highly resistant to fluid/dust ingress
  • Programmable slope
  • Robust design for industrial applications
  • Ideal memory positioning sensor


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AMM20B Series
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