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  • Manufacturer:
  • Newark Part No.: 62M3527
  • Manufacturer Part No .LCZ460

Product Overview

The LCZ460 is a hall-effect zero Speed Sensor features durable, cost-effective solution in most harsh environments. The sensor is available in 15.9mm (5/8-inch) diameter, 50.8mm (2-inch) length. The stainless steel package is simple to install and adjust. It does not require rotational orientation.
  • Omni-directional sensor to target orientation
  • Digital output
  • Small size
  • Low power consumption
  • 20mA supply current and output sinking
  • 30VDC high voltage
  • 4µs rise and fall time
  • -40 to 125°C operating temperature
  • Stainless steel housing


Industrial; Automation & Process Control; Building Automation; Motor Drive & Control; Test & Measurement
Do not use this product as safety or emergency stop devices or in any other application where failure of the product could result in personal injury.

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Product Information

  • Operating Magnetic Force Max -
  • Supply Voltage DC Min 4.5V
  • Supply Voltage DC Max 26V
  • No. of Pins -
  • Sensor Housing Cylindrical
  • Output Current 20mA
  • Product Range LCZ Series
  • SVHC To Be Advised

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