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Hall Effect Position Sensor, 103SR Series, 4.5 to 24 Vdc, Sink Output

103SR13A-2 - Hall Effect Position Sensor, 103SR Series, 4.5 to 24 Vdc, Sink Output

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Manufacturer:
HONEYWELL HONEYWELL
Manufacturer Part No:
103SR13A-2
Newark Part No.:
50F5281
Product Range
103SR Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The 103SR13A-2 is a hall-effect position Sensor Assembly sealed in aluminium threaded housings. This sensor responds to the magnetic field from permanent magnets or electromagnets. This rugged non-contact sensing products use versatile, reliable hall-effect sensor ICs that are operated by a magnetic field and are designed to respond to alternating north and South Poles or to South Pole only.
  • Solid state reliability
  • Digital unipolar, latching and linear magnetic
  • -40 to 100°C Operating temperature range

Applications

Industrial, Robotics, Motor Drive & Control, Medical

Product Information

:
4.5V
:
24V
:
Cable
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Cylindrical
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Sink
:
400mV
:
1.5µs
:
103SR Series
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