ATO hall effect angle sensor is powered by 9V ~ 36V power supply, with reverse and anti-pulse peak voltage protection function, suitable for water, oil, gas, vibration, shock and other harsh industrial environment.
- Angle measurement and tracking in automatic control
- Valve opening angle measurement control
- Servo motor rotation angle measurement
- Tension measurement and control in textile, paper and other fields
- Level measurement tracking
|Full Range Precision
|Sensitivity Temperature Coefficient
|Measuring Range (Optional)
||0 ~ 30°, 0 ~ 60°, 0 ~ 90°, 0 ~ 180°, 0 ~ 270°, 0 ~ 360°
|Output Signal (Optional)
||RS232, TTL, RS485, Modbus
||9 - 36V DC
||0.5% - 0.15%
|High Vibration Resistance
|Full Range Accuracy
||-40 - +85℃
||-55 - +100℃
|Power-on Startup Time
|Average Operation Time
||with 1.5m length shielded cable 3*0.3mm2
|Power Reverse Protection
|Signal Reverse Protection
||Shell: Aluminum Alloy Oxidation
Back Cover: Stainless Steel
Shaft: Stainless Steel
Dimensions (Unit: mm)
Tips: Angle sensor for car
The car steering angle sensor is used to detect the rotation angle and steering direction of the steering wheel. The steering wheel turning left or right will be detected by the steering angle sensor, so that the car's electronic control unit will issue the correct steering command. The turning angle of the steering wheel is to provide the basis for the car to realize the steering range, so that the car can drive according to the driver's steering intention.
The steering angle sensor is composed of a photoelectric coupling element and a slotted plate. The photoelectric coupling elements are light-emitting diodes and phototransistors. The slotted plate is placed between the light-emitting diode and the phototransistor. The slotted plate has many small holes.
When the steering wheel rotates, the slotted plate will follow the rotation. The phototransistor operates according to the light passing through the slotted plate and outputs a digital pulse signal. The car's electronic control unit uses this signal to identify the steering angle, direction of rotation and speed of the steering wheel.