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    Hall Speed Sensor, M12

    The provided Hall effect sensor is a non-contact speed sensor. With M12, 0Hz~20KHz frequency, the speed sensor can meet the requirements of high speed measurement. Output signal level pulse/NPN/PNP can be chosen. Cheap Hall effect rpm sensor can be used for zero speed measurement of rotating machinery.
    SKU: ATO-HSS-M12
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    Reliable Hall speed sensors for sale online. Hall effect gear tooth sensor, M12, can measure the speed of gears or rotating objects without contact, provides an optional output signal (level pulse/NPN/PNP) and strong anti-interference ability. Stainless steel Hall effect speed sensor is ideal for harsh application environments.


    Electrical Parameters
    Model ATO-TSS
    Type Hall Effect Speed Sensor
    Shell Shape Threaded Cylinder
    Shell Specifications M12
    Voltage DC 4V~30V
    Working Frequency 0Hz~20kHz
    Measurement Method Non-Contact Measurement
    Sensing Range Conventional: 0.5mm~3mm, Special Type: 0.5mm~7mm, Measuring Magnet: 0.5mm~30m
    Number of Output Channels Single Channel
    Output Signal Type Level Pulse, NPN, PNP
    Mounting Type Explosion Proof Cable Direct Outlet
    Output Waveform Rectangular Wave
    Output Amplitude High Level≥Power Supply -0.3V, Low Level ≤0.3V
    No-Load Power Consumption Current ≤20mA
    Insulation Resistance ≥50MΩ@500V DC
    Dielectric Strength AC500V/ 50Hz/60s
    Electromagnetic Compatibility. Comply with CE Standard EMC Requirements
    Protective Function Power Supply Polarity Protection, Output Short Circuit Protection
    Mechanical Parameters
    Measured Object There should be protuberances or grooves on the measured body or magnetic conductive. Gear is suggested standard involute gear, modulus ≥1.5.
    Note: Non-standard gear or unequal width between slot and flat surface will lead to a change of waveform duty ratio.
    Material Under Test Magnetic Mild Steel or Magnet
    Sensor Housing Material Integrated Stainless Steel Shell
    Environmental Parameters
    Operating Temperature -40℃~+135℃
    Storage and Transport Temperature -40℃~+150℃
    Relative Humidity ≤90%
    High and Low Temperature Performance High and Low Temperature Cycle Test For 10 Cycles, (Low Temperature: -40 Degrees; High Temperature: 150 Degrees), Each Placed For 30 mins, Cycle Alternately
    Vibration Resistance Vertical PSD=20g2/Hz, Transverse PSD=20g2/Hz, Longitudinal PSD=30g2/Hz, 5Hz~1200Hz, Random vibration
    Impact Resistance 30g
    Degree of Protection IP67


    • It is a single-channel speed sensor based on the Hall principle.
    • Reliable explosion-proof speed sensor measures the speed of gears or rotating objects through non-contact, simple, stable, and maintenance-free.
    • The high-quality speed sensor with voltage pulse signal and strong anti-interference ability is more suitable for harsh application environments.
    • Threaded installation, specifications and sizes can be customized according to customer needs. If you have a need, please get in touch with us.

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    Hall speed sensor dimension

    *Note for Electrical Connection:

    • The direct outlet of the speed sensor is equipped with a 1~2m shielded cable as standard.
    • Contact us for customizing the length or other mounting types (connector or cable direct outlet + connector).
    • 3 Wires: Brown/Red - Vcc+, Black/White - Signal, Blue - Gnd

    Output Signal

    Hall speed sensor output signal


    Explosion-proof speed sensor applications

    Tips: What is a Hall effect speed sensor?

    A Hall effect speed sensor is a type of sensor that utilizes the Hall effect phenomenon to measure the speed or rotational velocity of a moving object. The Hall effect refers to the creation of an electric potential difference, or voltage, across a conductor when it is subjected to a perpendicular magnetic field and an electric current flows through it. In the case of a Hall effect speed sensor, the moving object is typically equipped with a magnet, and as the object moves, it generates a changing magnetic field that is detected by the Hall effect sensor. The sensor then produces an electrical signal proportional to the speed of the object.

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