HESS0000 - 

Speed Sensor, Hall Effect, Model HESS, 1 mm, NPN, 8 to 30 Vdc

HESS0000 - Speed Sensor, Hall Effect, Model HESS, 1 mm, NPN, 8 to 30 Vdc

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The HESS0000 is a Hall Effect speed sensor (HESS) is ideal for sensing steel gears or other ferrous targets from 0 to 10KHz. This sensor does not have a minimum threshold speed as does a magnetic pickup sensor. However, when the sensor is first powered up, the output state is indeterminate (Hi or Lo) when the sensor is not detecting metal. The sensor face can be mounted flush into metal panels. The case is stainless steel and is supplied with 10feet (3M) of cable. The stranded shield wire is not connected to the sensor circuit or case. The HESS can detect gears as small as 24 D.P. or other ferrous targets with equal or greater dimensions. The sensor is compatible with all Red Lion Controls Sensing Gears.
  • Reverse polarity protected
  • Detects steel sensing gears or other ferrous targets
  • NPN open collector output
  • 3/8" Diameter stainless steel case
  • Epoxy encapsulated for oil, dirt and moisture resistance
  • Ideal for tachometric inputs


Sensing & Instrumentation, Industrial

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