WM810 - Non-Contact Sensors - Dual Hall-Effect
Product Brand: Williams Controls
Provides a dual linear output voltage proportional to absolute shaft rotation in either direction from a reference angle.
The WM-810 is a solid-state rotary position sensor that provides a dual linear output voltage proportional to absolute shaft rotation in either direction from a reference angle. It works on the Hall-effect principle, wherein the magnet rotates in the sensor rotor and the Hall-effect sensor is mounted to the stationary body. When the magnet, which is mounted on the rotor, is rotated from the low endstop to the high endstop, there is a change in the magnetic flux sensed by the Hall-effect sensor. The change in the magnetic flux results in an output voltage proportional to the supply voltage (5VDC).
Typical output signals can include:
- Two electrically-isolated linear ratiometric outputs
- One linear ratiometric outputs and up to two idle validation switch (IVS) circuits/li>
Ratings are as follows:
- Supply pin protected against short to -15Vdc and +30VDC
- Supply pin protected against short to battery up to 30VDC
- EMC/EMI Resistance per SAE J1113-1
- Packard Electric “Metri-Pack” Series 150 Connector (standard)
- Up to 70° of rotation
- 10-million endurance cycles
- Williams Controls Environmental Test Specification WDS-010
- Ingress protection ratings IP67 and IP69k
These specifications represent the expected minimum performance of the sensor. This information does not constitute a warranty that the product will meet the above specifications while used in specific applications or test equipment. Specific requirements may vary, based on the sensor configuration.