Speed Sensors Line Guide - 6 Pages

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Speed and reliability. Honeywell S&C offers electronic speed
and position sensors designed for enhanced reliability and an
extended life. Honeywell uses multiple technologies to detect
a change in magnetic field and create an electronic signal for
control system interface. These technologies offer the ability to
detect speed, direction, or position of a moving ferrous metal or
magnetic target. Sensing is accomplished without contacting the
target, and there are no moving parts. This eliminates mechanical
FEATURES
Speed and Direction sensors
1GT Series.
Features: Fast operating speed • Reverse
polarity and transient protection • EMI
resistant • Wide continuous operating
temperature range • Probe-style package
• Enhanced low speed performance
• Output amplitude not dependent on RPM
Benefits: Sealed in probe-style package
for physical protection and cost-effective
installation. Sensor electronically selfadjusts
to slight variations in runout
and temperature, often simplifying
installation and maintenance. Circuit
senses movement of targets in camshaft
and crankshaft speed and position,
transmission speed, and tachometer
applications, as well as anti-skid and
traction control applications.
GTN Series.
Features: Choice of barrel lengths
• Integrated electronic diagnostics
• Enhanced operating speed • EMI
resistant • Reverse polarity and transient
protection • Wide continuous operating
temperature range • Probe-style package
• Enhanced low speed performance
• Output amplitude not dependent on RPM
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Benefits: Sealed in probe-style package
for physical protection and cost-effective
installation. Sensor electronically selfadjusts
to slight variations in runout and
temperature, often simplifying installation
and maintenance. Integrated electronic
diagnostics feature detects open or short
circuits in power supply line by monitoring
sensor levels output. Circuit senses
movement of ferrous metal targets in
potential camshaft and crankshaft speed
and position, transmission speed, and
tachometer applications, as well as antiskid
and traction control applications.
SNDH-T Series.
Features: Advanced performance
dynamic offset self calibration • Short
circuit and reverse voltage protection
• Air gap up to 2 mm [0.08 in] • Low jitter
output • Near zero speed • EMI hardened
• High frequency switching capability
• Multiple connector options including wire
harness and integral connector versions
using AMP super seal or AMP Jr.
• Probe-style package • Integrated circuit
packaging provides output phase shift
tolerancing with enhanced accuracy
Benefits: Provides speed and direction
information using quadrature output with
signals 90 degree phase shifted from each
other. BiCMOS Hall-effect technology,
using advanced digital signal processing
for dynamic off-set cancellation, designed
to provide enhanced air gap performance
and phase shift accuracy over most
conditions. Package design includes
O-ring seal for pressure applications and a
fixed mounting flange. Robust, automotive
under-the-hood grade packaging for
most environmental conditions as well
as EMI hardened. Designed for potential
applications where extremely high
resolution is required at wide frequency
ranges, and large air gaps.
SNDJ Series.
Features: Three housing styles • Three
different outputs • Backbiased Hall-effect
sensor • Direct sensing of ferrous metal
target • Zero speed sensing capabilities
(some listings) • Stainless steel housing
• Probe- and screw-in-style packages
• Rotational orientation independent of
sensor function
wear of the sensor or target. Honeywell offers a comprehensive
line-up of Hall-effect, magnetoresistive, and variable reluctance
sensors which provide electrical compatibility to most control
system interfaces. We also offer a variety of sensor package
types designed to enable mounting flexibility and wire harness
interface compatibility. The Honeywell Speed and Position
portfolio has been developed to support potential transportation
and industrial customer application requirements.

Speed Sensors Line Guide
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    2 www.honeywell.com/sensing1GT Series GTN SeriesDescription single Hall-effect sensor single Hall-effect sensorSupply voltage range 4.5 Vdc to 26.5 Vdc...
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    www.honeywell.com/sensing 3LCZ Series ZH10 SeriesDescription single Hall-effect zero speed sensor single Hall-effect zero speed sensorHousing stainless...
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    4 www.honeywell.com/sensingVRS High Output Series VRS High Resolution Series VRS High Temperature SeriesOutput voltage range 8 Vp-p to 190 Vp-p (inclusive)...
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    www.honeywell.com/sensing 5Benefits: Used with ferromagneticgears or pole wheel to generate impulsefrequencies proportional to target speed.Rugged stainless...
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    6 www.honeywell.com/sensingBenefits: Hall-effect gear-tooth sensoraccurately detects absence or presenceof moving ferromagnetic target. Integratedcircuit,...
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