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Parker ADS50

Sensor Condition Monitoring 0-5V Output, Non-Contact, Analog.

The ADS50 is a 0-5V output, non-contact, analog sensor for mobile hydraulic applications. The sensor is lever actuated and provides a linear output over 25 mm [1 inch] of travel.The ADS50 has twelve inch leads and an attached Deutsch connector. The ADS50 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

Housing Style Custom molded -
Housing Material Glass-filled nylon plastic -
Measuring Angle 35° 1" Linear travel
Height 2.06" ( 52mm) -
Length 1.43" (36.3 mm) -
Width 1.54" ( 39.1) -
Mounting Extra large mounting holes -

Electrical

Input 5Vdc @ 12.0mA -
Output 10-90% Vs Closed= 90%, Open=10%
Electrical Protection - -
Connections Reverse-voltage, output short-circuit protected -
LED Indicators 3 pin Deutsch DTM 12 inch leads
Resolution None -

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range −40°C to +85°C -
Storage Temperature Range −40°C to +85°C -
Humidity IP66 -
Environmental Protection IP66 Potted electronics
Vibration 30 Gs -
Shock 1m drop -

System

Diagnostic/LEDS/Display None -
Processor - -
Software - -
Other - -

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