Magnetic angle sensor for automated applications

ASM's PRAS26 magnetic angle sensor is designed for automated and OEM applications and has IP67 protection as well as 360° measurement range.

12/22/2013


ASM's PRAS26 magnetic angle sensor is designed for automated and OEM applications and has IP67 protection as well as 360° measurement range. Courtesy: ASM SensorsASM introduces with PRAS26 an extension of its product series of angle sensors for automated applications. This product line offers an absolute output signal over the entire measurement range from 0° to 360° is based on an external position magnet.

A constant wear-free operation is ensured by use of an external position magnet. In addition, the housing is made ​​of heat-resistant materials such as thermoplastic and epoxy glass fiber. 

The flat housing with protection class IP67 is only 9.5 mm high and is therefore suitable for space-saving installation in compact automated machines and systems. 

The sensor is equipped with the analog outputs 0.5-4.5 V, 0.5-10 V or 4-20 mA. With a favorable price-performance ratio and the low profile of the PRAS26 series it is best suited for a variety of OEM applications.

ASM Sensors Inc.

www.asmsensors.com 

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