Sensor Condition Monitoring 0-5Vdc Non-Contact, Hall Effect, Angle/Tilt – Single-Axis.
The Parker ATS50 is a non-contact, Hall effect angle/tilt sensor for mobile hydraulic applications. The ATS50 will sense angular movement in one axis and output a ratiometric 0-5Vdc signal.
The measuring range is +/- 10 degrees. The sensor has twelve-inch leads with an attached Deutsch connector. The ATS50 has a tough ABS plastic construction for strength and corrosion resistance. The sensor uses non-contact, Hall effect technology for trouble-free operation. The sensor is very robust and able to withstand rugged applications.
The ATS50 is a single axis, a non-contacting tilt sensor that can be used to indicate level to near level position in many mobile hydraulic application. The Parker ATS90 is a dual-axis sensor.
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|Housing Style||Custom molded||-|
|Housing Material||ABS plastic||-|
|Mounting Holes||4.3 mm (x2), 7.14 mm (x4)||-|
|Operating Life||10 million cycles||-|
|Input||Supply voltage 5Vdc||-|
|Output||0.5 to 4.5Vdc||Ratiometric|
|Connector||Deutsch DTM||12 inch leads|
|Operating Temperature Range||−35°C to +85°C||-|
|Environmental Protection||IP67||Potted electronics|
|Chemical Environment||Liquids (resistance)||Standard automotive|
|Proportional Indication of Tilt||Singlel-axis||-|
|No. of axis||1|
|Working Angle (°)||±10|
|Outdoor applications - Mobile industry||-|
|Very robust and able to withstand rugged applications||-|
|They are non-contacting and are offered in single or dual axis configurations to fit most every level application need||ATS50 & ATS90|
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