Linear position sensor VN1015 Series
rotarynon-contactHall effect

linear position sensor
linear position sensor
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linear, rotary
Contact / non-contact
Hall effect
Output signal
Measurement object


Sensor VN1015 Description Employs a Hall Effect digital vane sensor and a permanent magnet in two small towers, separated by a 3.4 mm (0.135”) air gap. The output switches when a ferrous target passes between the towers. Typical targets are linear or rotary vanes using a square saw tooth or an open slot in a solid disk or band Features Mechanically interchangeable with typical slotted optical switches Robust, high speed sensing in dirty/dusty environments No mechanical contacts to wear out Open collector (sinking or NPN) output can be used with bipolar or CMOS logic circuits with suitable pull-up resistor RoHS compliant Typical Applications Door/gate position control Exercise equipment Printers Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature (VN101501, VN101503) -40 °C to 85 °C (-40 °F to 185 °F) Operating Temperature (VN101502, VN101504) -40 °C to 150 °C (-40 °F to 302 °F) Storage Temperature (VN101501, VN101503) -40 °C to 85 °C (-40 °F to 185 °F) Storage Temperature (VN101502, VN101504) -40 °C to 150 °C (-40 °F to 302 °F) Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage 3.8 to 24 VDC Maximum Input Voltage 30 VDC Maximum Reverse Voltage 30 VDC Supply Current 4.1 mA typ., 7.5 mA max. Output (Sink) Current 25 mA max. Recommended Pull-Up Resistor See Chart Mechanical Specifications Housing Material Over-molded plastic Sensor Orientation Sensitive; see drawing Recommended Vane Parameters Low carbon material at least 1.016 mm (0.04") thick, should penetrate to a depth < 3.05 mm (0.12") from bottom of sensor slot


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