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Honeywell Speed Sensors Family Overview

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 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.

TTI Featured Honeywell Speed Sensors

SNDH_H_honeywell.jpgHoneywell Hall-Effect Speed Sensors
The Honeywell SNDH-H Series Hall-Effect Speed Sensors use a magnetically biased Hall effect integrated circuit to accurately sense movement of ferrous metal targets.
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SNDH_honeywell.jpgHoneywell Quadrature General Industrial Speed & Direction Sensor
The Honeywell SNDH-T series is a dual differential hall sensor that provides speed and direction information using a quadrature output with signals 90 phase shifted from each other.
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Honeywell Gear Tooth Sensors 1GT SeriesHoneywell Gear Tooth Sensor 1GT Series
The Honeywell 1GT1 Series Gear Tooth Sensors use a magnetically biased Hall effect integrated circuit to accurately sense movement of ferrous metal targets.
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