The SMART Position Sensor, 35 mm Linear Configuration, joins the 225 mm linear, released October 2010, and the 75 mm, released December 2009. The 35 mm Linear Configuration senses the position of a magnet relative to a sensor in the range of 0,04 mm [0.0016 in], and offers the following value to our customers:
- Reliable, durable: Non-contact design reduces wear, improving reliability and durability, and minimizing downtime
- Easy to install: Takes 4 simple steps vs. up to 14 steps some competitive products require, simplifying installation and reducing set-up costs
- Rugged: Unique materials make the sensor resistant to vibration, shock, and extreme temperatures
- Flexible: Air gap of up to 8,5 ±1,0 mm [0.334 ±0.039 in] between sensor and magnet expands application opportunities
- Cost effective: Unique design reduces installation steps, installation time, and components
Honeywell’s SMART Position Sensor 35 mm Linear Configuration may be used to sense truck gear shift position. It may also be used in additional Transportation applications as well as several Industrial and Aerospace applications. See the application note for details.
The durable construction of these designs ensures long, trouble-free service. Because the effects of shock, wear and vibration are minimized, these hermetically sealed switches provide precise repeatability with no more than 1% deviation. The switch actuation points remain constant over the life of the unit. With a variety of models for both low and high volume tanks there are sensors to fit all your needs.
- Solid Foamed Polypropylene Float Offers Narrower Design – only 3/4″ (19 mm) Wide for Tight Spaces
- Polysulfone Float: For Water Based Liquids, With Limited Use in Oils and Chemicals
- Polypropylene Float (hollow): Features a Low Specific Gravity Float Offering Broad Chemical Compatibility.
- Polypropylene Float (Solid): With Polypropylene Stem and Float, Switch Offers Broad Chemical Compatibility.
- Buna N Float: Ideal for Oils and Fuels
- ALL-PVDF: Stem and Float of Corrosion-Resistant PVDF for Ultra-Pure Applications.
Weidmüller wire-end ferrules significantly simplify installation, improve safety, and diminish the risk of costly panel failure.
Stranded wire is the wire of choice for most electrical applications. Due to its superior flexibility and longer flex life, it offers more routing options than solid wire. Stranded wire is also more durable. It stands up to vibration and sudden movement that can cause rigid solid wire to snap.
Stranded wire gains its flexibility from the way the bundles of wire in the strands are woven together. The integrity of the stranded bundles is further reinforced by the jacket of insulating material that surrounds them. The moment the insulation is stripped from the wire-end, however, its strength is transformed into a source of weakness as wire bundles unravel and individual strands are exposed. In the process, the potential for short circuits and failed connections rises dramatically. Identifying shorts is a time-consuming process. In the case of a typical panel, this could mean testing hundreds of connections, causing extensive downtime. Ferrules can rectify this situation by giving stranded wire the qualities of solid wire where it is needed most, at the point of connection.
- Mounting Advantages: Prevents stranded wires from fanning out. Higher vibration resistance than without ferrules.
- Easy Identification: Of wire and wire gauge due to colored plastic collar.
- Long-term Safety: Increased contact safety of flexible wires and protection against corrosion.
- Connection: Permanent high-quality connection and consistent electrical values.
- Protection: The plastic collar protects against gas intrusion and wire bending.
- Polypropylene conical cable entry
- Heat-resistant up to 105 °C
- Tin-plated copper
- Dimensional tolerances to DIN 46228 part 4
- If required, the cable entry can also be manufactured from a not readily flammable material for conductors from 1.5 to 16 mm² (AWG 16-6)
All airflow sensors operate on heat transfer — flow and differential pressure. But Honeywell offers manufacturing techniques and microstructure technology, allowing their microbridge to be notably faster, smaller and more sensitive. Honeywell’s silicon chip design is created from a thin-film, thermally isolated bridge structure, containing both heater and temperature sensing elements. This provides rapid response to the air or gas flow and amount and direction, delivering a proportional output voltage. Amplified versions provide an enhanced output signal and less external circuitry, while unamplified versions allow additional external circuit options. What’s more, a variety of port styles provides greater application flexibility.
- Total Error Band (TEB) as low as ±0.25% FSS
- Fast response time
- Wide range of airflows
- Customizable flow ranges and configurable package styles
- Full calibration and temperature compensation
- High sensitivity at very low flows
- Linear output
- High stability
- Low pressure drop
- High 12-bit resolution (digital), 0.039 %FS resolution (analog)
- Low 3.3 Vdc operating voltage
- ASIC-based I2C output compatibility (digital)
- Insensitivity to mounting orientation
- Insensitivity to altitude
- Small size
- RoHS-compliant materials
Belden delivers innovation and performance reliability with its Snap-N-Seal® ProSNS™ Compression Connectors. This line of connectors combines the patented technologies of Snap-N-Seal and F-Conn® for easy installation and dependable connections for a variety of applications. Universal, plenum, and security compression connectors are available.
- TRUE 360° compression onto the cable providing superior RF shielding performance, -85 dB effective shielding.
- A patented floating-pin insertion guide assists with the insertion of the cable into the connector and reduces the insertion force required to provide consistency and easy termination of the connector.
- An additional O-ring placed at the base of the connector with a NiTin finish and UV resistant plastic provides a reliable, environmentally sealed product.
- Low insertion force is required to compress the connector onto the cable.