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  • Penny & Giles, a Curtiss Wright Controls Co

    Penny & Giles distributes a line of rotary position sensors that offer angle measurements from 10 degrees to 360 degrees. Featuring IP68 and IP69K ratings and Hall Effect, inductive, and potentiometric technologies; the sensors are available as dual output, dual redundant output, conductive plastic, midpot, RVDT, contactless, submersible, and wirewound types.

  • BEI Sensors

    BEI Sensors manufactures non-contact and contacting rotary position sensors available with single or multi-turn configurations up to 3600 degrees of motion. With an operational life that exceeds 10 million cycles, the sensors are available with integral connector and flying head terminations, along with resistance ranging from 0.1 to 30K.

  • Dynamation Transducers Corp

    Dynamation Transducers Corp. manufactures conductive plastic rotary motion transducers, economic precision rotary transducers, and precision rotary transducer. The plastic transducers provide mechanical angle of 360 degrees continuous and feature an operating life of 50 million cycles. The economic transducers are available in sizes 05, 09, and 13, with accuracy of plus or minus 1 percent down to 0.25 percent. The precision transducers are available in size 08 to 30, and with linearity of 1 percent down to 0.015 percent.

  • Macro Sensors, Div. of Howard A. Schaevitz Technologies

    Macro Sensors designs and manufactures rotary position sensors with rotational ranges of 0 to 120 degrees, and full 360-degree rotation contactless technology. Sealed to IEC IP66 standards, the sensors are used for measuring the position of quarter turn valves, flue dampers, weir gates, mail sorts, dancer arm tensioners, and conveyor check weigher systems.

  • Measurement Specialties, Inc.

    Measurement Specialties Inc. distributes AC RVDT sensors, and DC RVDT and RVIT inductive sensors. The AC RVDT sensors measure rotary position up to 60 degrees, and can detect aircraft and helicopter throttle position. The DC RVDT and RVIT sensors feature a measuring range up to 75 degrees and diameters ranging from 1" to 1.5". The sensors are used for measuring displacement within industrial, automotive, and defense applications.

  • Baumer Ltd.

    Baumer Ltd. designs and manufactures magnetic sensors that provide sensing of rotary movements and determinant of final cylinder positions. The sensors are dirt resistant, compact, and can reach switching frequencies up to 20,000 measurements per second. Additionally the sensors are ideal for gear applications.

  • Delphi Corp.

    Delphi supplies non-contact rotary position sensors with output voltage of 0.25V at -50 degrees, 2.5V at 0 degrees, and 4.75V at 50 degrees. The sensors are used in pedal position, transmission gear selection, adaptive headlight aiming systems, marine hand throttle position, inboard/outboard tilt and rotation, agricultural equipment motion, and general industrial equipment applications.

  • CHERRY/ZF Electronics Corporation

    CHERRY’s expanding line-up of angular position sensors are designed for the most severe environments and are suitable for a broad range of vehicular applications, thanks to IP67 or IP68 sealing and high EMI/ESD protection.

  • Murata Electronics North America, Inc.

    Rotary position sensors manufactured by Murata Electronics are used in consumer, automotive, robot arm, copy machine, FA timer, and boiler switch applications. Sensor specifications include total resistance of 10k, rated voltage of 5VDC, operating temperature range of -40C to 125C, and effective electrical rotational angle of 333.3 degrees.

  • Bourns, Inc.

    Bourns Inc.'s rotary position sensors are used for test and measurement equipment, consumer electronics, small engines, robotics, and medical equipment applications. With power ratings of .05 watts or 0.1 watts, the sensors feature rotational life of 100,000, 1 million, or 5 million cycles.

  • Sensor Systems, LLC

    Sensor Systems LLC distributes rotary motion potentiometers available as conductive plastic single-turn or multi-turn types. With resistance ranges of 1K to 100K ohms, the sensors feature power of 1.5 watts to 5 watts, and 1/8" or 1/4" shaft diameters.

  • Celesco Transducer Products, Inc.

    Celesco Transducer Products designs rotary position transducers available with three analog industry-standard output signals. The sensors feature full stroke ranges starting at 0-45 degrees or 0-90 degrees up to 0-50 turns or 200 turns maximum. The sensors are equipped with NEMA 6 and IP68 rated enclosures.

  • State Electronics Inc

    Hall Effect rotary position sensors offered by State Electronics Inc. produce analog voltage output of 0 to 5 volts. The HRS100 sensor model has a rated life of more than 50 million operations, while the 6120 series sensor features 0.2 percent maximum hysteresis, continuous rotation, and plus or minus 0.5 percent independent linearity.