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Parker RS52

Sensor Condition Monitoring 0-5V Output, Non-Contact, 90º Working Range.

The Parker RS52 is a 0-5V output, non-contact, rotary sensor suitable for a variety of applications. The RS52 sensor has a working range of 90 degrees. The sensor has twelve inch leads and an attached Deutsch connector.The RS52 has a glass-filled nylon 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.

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Specifications

Mechanical

Range 110º -
Housing Material Glass-filled nylon construction Corrosion resistant
Size - -
Height 28mm -
Length 52mm -
Width 50mm -
Mounting 37mm on center slotted Mounting holes slotted for easy alignment
Weight 72 g -

Electrical

Input 5.0 ±10% Vdc Max 12.0 mA
Output 0.5 to 4.5 V (at FS) 90º working angle 1% Hysteressis with no shaft end float
Electrical Protection - -
Over-Voltage - -
Reserve-Voltage - -
Output Short-Circuit Protected - -
Connections 3 pin; Deutsch DTM Twelve inch leads
LED Indicators - -
Resolution Maximum 3% total error -

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range −40°C to +125°C -
Storage Temperature Range −40°C to +125°C -
Humidity - -
Protection Class IP66 -
Vibration 30 Gs -
Shock 1m drop -

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