POSITION SENSORS - ROTATING AND LINEAR MOVEMENT
CONTACTLESS SENSORS AND POTENTIOMETERS
Comtrium, despite being a relatively new company, brings with it decades of collective experience, thanks to our robust relationships with established suppliers. Our sensor portfolio is extensive, encompassing a wide range of options, including both rotational and linear sensors featuring Hall technology and potentiometers. We offer these in virtually any desired configuration or shape. While we can’t showcase all the possibilities here, please don’t hesitate to contact us if you can’t find the specific solution you’re seeking.
HALL EFFECT SENSORS - ROTATING MOVEMENT
Our contactless sensors find frequent integration into various control devices such as joysticks, hand throttles, and tiller heads, among others. These sensors excel in applications where mechanical contact between the sensing element and the rotating component is undesirable. They are particularly well-suited for environments with stringent requirements regarding vibrations, shock resistance, sealing, and offer a remarkable operational lifespan exceeding 100 million cycles.
Typically, these sensors require a stable 5 VDC power supply. Both mechanical and electrical interfaces can be customized to meet specific requirements, including output signal configurations. Hall effect sensors provide a wide range of options, offering analog or serial signals for redundancy and the possibility of combining them with switch signals for enhanced versatility.
INDUCTIVE SENSORS - ROTATING MOVEMENT
Inductive angular sensors are highly advanced devices used extensively in industrial applications for precise measurement of angular positions. Operating on inductive technology, they detect changes in the magnetic field generated by the rotation of a target object. These sensors offer exceptional accuracy, making them crucial in applications demanding precision. What sets them apart is their non-contact operation, eliminating wear and tear and ensuring longevity, especially in rugged conditions. Their durability, resistance to shocks and vibrations, and customizability enhance their suitability for various industries. Inductive angular sensors find applications in robotics, automation, aerospace, and the automotive sector. Additionally, they provide a long operational lifespan, reduced maintenance costs, and diverse output options. In summary, inductive angular sensors are essential instruments for achieving precision and reliability in angular position measurements across a wide range of industrial settings.
POTENTIOMETERS - ROTATING MOVEMENT
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HALL EFFECT SENSORS - LINEAR MOVEMENT
Linear Hall effect sensors are essential for precise measurement of linear magnetic fields. These sensors operate on the Hall effect principle, converting magnetic field strength into an analog voltage output. Known for their accuracy, they find applications in automotive systems, industrial automation, and medical devices. Their non-contact nature ensures durability and longevity, as they don’t suffer from mechanical wear and tear. Available in various form factors and configurations, they suit diverse needs and can withstand harsh conditions. Linear Hall effect sensors are vital components in modern electronics, offering precise and reliable measurement of magnetic fields, contributing to technological advancements across industries.
POTENTIOMETERS - LINEAR MOVEMENT
Linear potentiometers are vital for accurate linear position measurement in electronic systems. These devices produce a voltage output proportional to the position of a moving part along a linear path, making them indispensable in robotics, industrial automation, and medical equipment. Linear potentiometers are valued for their reliability and simplicity, operating with physical contact. They are less susceptible to electromagnetic interference, offering robust performance. Available in various form factors and resistive materials, they suit diverse applications, from compact surface-mount versions to industrial-grade through-hole models. Additionally, their cost-effectiveness makes linear potentiometers a preferred choice for many applications where precision matters.