The operation is based on a Reed-relay which consists of a sensitive blades encapsulated in a small glass tube. In the presence of a magnetic field, the blades become magnetically attracted and the circuit is closed. When the magnetic field is removed, the blades return to their default state. Bistable-versions stay in activated once the magnetic field is removed and resets when the magnetic field is brought back again.
Hall techonology is based on the alteration of a magnetic flux. Electronic Hall sensor has great advantages such as high switching frequency, reliability, immunity to vibration, stability, long service life, high accuracy, fast respond time and long sensing distances. Hall sensors are well applicable for example in rotational speed monitoring and measuring. Detection distance up to 60mm.
Reed-relays must be electrically well protected due to their small size and construction. For applications with inductive loads, see the diagram below.
When using AC-loads, use a varsistor or a RC-element in parallel circuit.
Magnetic sensor M8x32 NO monostable
|Material of body||Stainless steel|
|Cable length||1000 mm|
|Voltage Max||250 V|
|Breaking capacity||10 VA/0,5 A|
|Temperature range from||-5 °C|
|Temperature range to||70 °C|
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