Vishay 34 THE Hall Effect Sensor

Vishay Intertechnology announced the ten-turns 34 THE Hall effect sensor. The multi-turn sensor features non-contacting technology. The 34 THE Hall effect sensor has a life of 50 million cycles with a servo mount and 10 million cycles with a bushing mount. Samples of the 34 THE are available now. Production quantities will be available in Q1 2011, with lead times of 10 weeks for large orders. Pricing for U.S. delivery in 100-piece quantities starts at $28 per piece for bushing mount versions, and $32 for servo mount. The sensors are ideal for harsh environments.

Vishay Intertechnology ten-turns 34 THE Hall effect sensor

Vishay Intertechnology 34 THE Hall Effect Sensor Features

  • Ten-turns sensor
  • Accurate linearity down to: ± 0.5 %
  • All electrical angles available up to: 3600°
  • Very long life: 50M cycles for servo, 10M cycles for bushing
  • Non contacting technology: Hall effect
  • Model dedicated to applications requiring long life
  • Compliant to RoHS directive 2002/95/EC
  • Available with servo or bushing mounts
  • Available with any electrical angle up to 3600° maximum
  • Optimized for applications in harsh environments
  • Supports high-frequency vibrations up to 20 G and shocks up to 50 G
  • Ideal for servo control of steering wheels in marine and off-road applications
  • Available with single and redundant signals
  • Analog, PWM, or SPI output
  • Supply voltage of 5 V ±10 %, with other values available upon request
  • Supply current of < 16 mA for single signals and < 32 mA for redundant signals
  • + 20 V overvoltage protection and – 10 V reverse voltage protection

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