Non-contact analog sensor for harsh conditions

ASM Sensors' Posirot PRAS6 non-contact analog angle sensor is designed to measure angular displacement and position of rotating objects and are resistant to shock and vibration.

06/14/2016


ASM Sensors' Posirot PRAS6 non-contact analog angle sensor is designed to measure angular displacement and position of rotating objects and are resistant to shock and vibration. Courtesy: ASM SensorsASM Sensors' Posirot PRAS6 non-contact analog angle sensor is designed to measure angular displacement and position of rotating objects from 0 to 360-deg using magnetic hall technology. The magnetic encoder technology is entirely contactless and solid state, which make the PRAS6 sensors resistant to shock and vibration. What makes the sensor unique is its robust laser welded stainless steel 1.4404 housing. The housing is hermetically sealed, which makes it useful for applications with humid, wet, and dirty environments and even for underwater use. The sensor housing also withstands aggressive fluids and is suited for hygiene-critical applications. The PRAS6 has a sealing capability protection class to IP69K which makes it suited for heavy-duty outdoor applications such as mobile working machines, food processing machines or medical equipment.

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