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3030AN - 

Speed Sensor, Magnetic, Industrial, High Output, M16, 24DP, Module 1.06, 190 V p-p, 910 ohm, 450 mH

HONEYWELL 3030AN

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Manufacturer:
HONEYWELL HONEYWELL
Manufacturer Part No:
3030AN
Newark Part No.:
98K8675
Product Range
High Output Series
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Information

:
15.9mm
:
-55°C
:
24DP (Module 1.06) or Coarser
:
910ohm
:
120°C
:
450mH
:
Cable
:
-
:
0.25m/s
:
190V p-p
:
High Output Series
:
-
:
VRS General Purpose
:
1.2kohm
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Product Overview

The 3030AN is a high output VRS magnetic Speed Sensor, designed for use in applications where higher output voltages are needed. They perform best at low to medium speeds with medium to high impedance loads. Front-End Sealed versions are available for use where the sensor is exposed to fluids, lubricants or adverse environmental conditions. The passive VRS (Variable Reluctance Speed) magnetic speed sensor is simple, rugged devices that do not require an external voltage source for operation. A permanent magnet in the sensor establishes a fixed magnetic field. The approach and passing of a ferrous metal target near the sensor's pole piece (sensing area) changes the flux lines of the magnetic field, dynamically changing its strength. This change in magnetic field strength induces a current into a coil winding, which is attached to the output terminals.
  • Self-powered operation
  • Direct conversion of actuator speed to output frequency
  • Simple installation
  • No moving parts
  • Adaptable to a wide variety of configurations
  • Threaded/smooth stainless steel housing
  • MS3106 connector termination
  • M16 metric thread
  • -55 to 120°C operating temperature

Applications

Test & Measurement, Avionics, Automotive, Imaging, Video & Vision, Industrial

Warnings

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.