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♦ Does not require power for operation ♦ Omni-polar device; actuates with either pole of magnet ♦ Normally Open contact, others available on request ♦ Sputtered Ruthenium contact ♦ Thee magnetic sensitivity bands ♦ RoHS Compliant and Lead-free ♦ Not Sensitive to ESD ♦ Various types of leads and connectors available ♦ 0.5 mm pitch threaded barrel for fine adjustment ♦ Actuator magnet available in same housing ♦
This threaded brass sensor is built for mounting in threaded holes as small as M5 and switch a 10W load. It is particularly useful in applications where distance adjustments need to be made every now and then. Various activating distances are available depending on the magnet and the AT band used. This sensor can be supplied with non-standard connectors on request. All sensors are tested 100% for Operate AT, Release AT, Static Contact Resistance and Variable Contact Resistance before packing. Our products are completely Lead-free and conform to the RoHS directive.
This magnetic proximity sensor is suitable for use in the following applications and in many others: coil winder tension sensing, digital speedometers and tachometers, anemometers, exhaust emission sensing, pneumatic cylinders and actuators…
|Contact Rating (max)||W/VA||10.0|
|Switching Current (max)||A||0.5|
|Carry Current (max)||A||1.5|
|DC Switching Voltage (max)||VDC||180|
|Breakdown Voltage (min)||VDC||200|
|Contact Resistance (max)||mΩ||150|
|Operating Temperature||°C||-40 to +70|
|Shock Resistance (½Sin wave for 11ms)||G||50|
|Vibration Resistance (10-2000Hz)||G||20|
MS-225-(Operate AT Code)-(Cable Length in mm)-(Lead Type Code)
|OAT Code||OAT Band||Lead Type Code Code|
|1||10-15||S||Stripped to 5 mm|
|2||15-20||T||Stripped and Tinned|
Operate AT bands indicated above are for unmodified reed switch.
Denotes MS-225 proximity sensor in 10-15 Operate AT, with 500 mm cable length and Tinned cable ends.
A few examples of magnet actuation are shown above. Cylindrical proximity sensors can be used in pneumatic cylinder end position sensing applications. Being an omnipolar device, this sensor can be actuated with either a north pole or a south pole or both. Choosing the right AT band, magnet strength, and operating axis, will restrict the number of operates and releases to one. Click here to view actuation distances of this sensor with the standard magnets.