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Products / Digital proximity sensor with Sinking “NPN” or Sourcing “PNP” output (HP)

Hall Effect Proximity Switch Sensor Diagram
Non-contact magnetic sensor proximity switch produces a digital output. The output produced by Hall-Effect Proximity Switch sensor switches between logic low (operate point) and logic high (release point) with presence and absence of a magnet as a target. The difference between the magnetic operate and release points is called the hysteresis of the device. The built-in hysteresis circuitry allows clean switching of the output even in the presence of external mechanical vibration and electrical noise.
Product Specification Range
A. Electrical Performance
1. Supply Voltage:
Standard 4.5 VDC to 24 VDC
Optional: 5.5VDC to 36VDC
2. Target: Permanent magnet, with customer long Range Sensing
3. Airgap: 0.005" To 0.750" (0.126mm to 19.035mm)
4. Output Signal: NPN Open collector with 4.7k ohms internal pull-up Resistor (Digital TTL Compatible).
Optional: No pull-up resistor, PNP (sourcing) output.        
5. Output Voltage: Low= 400mV Max at 10mA Sink current
High= Follows Vcc
Optional: Low= 400 mV Max, High=5 VDC
7. Supply Current: 10mA Max
8. Output Saturation Voltage: 400mA Max
9. Output Current:
(I sink)
50mA continues operation
Optional: 50mA Max
10. Output Leakage Current: 10uA Max.
11. Output Rise Time: 1.00us Max
12. Output Fall Time: 1.00us Max.
13. Magnetic Operate Point(Bop): 180 Gauss Nom.
14. Magnetic Release Point(Brp): 140 Gauss Nom.
15. Magnetic Hysteresis(Bh): 40 Gauss Nom.
16. Switching Frequency: DC to 200KHZ
17. Protection: Reverse Polarity, -50 V Reverse, Load Dump: 60V
Optional: EMI, EMC, Input Transient, and Short circuit protection.
18. Operating Temperature: -4° F to +221° F (-20°C to 105°C)
Optional: -40°F to +302°F (-40°C to 150°C)
B. Industry / Application

  All automation systems in general

Machine tools, Robotics, Automation safty instruments.

Automotive Engine speed measurement
Gear box
Speed sensor
Power generator Motor speed measurement
Turbine flow measurement
Exercise equipments Counting, and position sensing
Pharmaceuticals Food processing
Printer Industry  
C. Features and Benefits
  • Non- Contact
• Drive Capability up to 10 TTL Load
• Customize for most environments