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.
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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.