Penny & Giles SRH280DP
5Vdc or 9-30Vdc, Contactless, Dual Output, Hall Effect, Analog or Digital Output.
The Penny & Giles SRH280DP is a contactless rotary position sensor, which uses a factory-programmable, non-contact, Hall effect sensor system. SRH280DP operates from either 5Vdc regulated or 9-30Vdc unregulated power supply and is available with analog (0.5-4.5Vdc) or digital (PWM) output signals. The sensor is factory programmable, allowing you to specify the output signal type, the measurement range (0-20° to 0-360° in 1° increments) and the output direction (clockwise or anticlockwise). The sensor has a 12-bit resolution (0.025%) over the selected measuring range, and operates from -40 to +140°C when powered at 5Vdc.
SHR280DP replaces the former models SRH280 and SRH280P, which is not longer available.
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|Housing Material||Shafted sealed plastic housing||Note- spring shaft option|
|Mounting||Use 2 x M4 socket head cap screws and M4 washer||Maximum tightening torque 2Nm|
|Input||9 to 30Vdc (unregulated) and 5 ± 0.5Vdc (regulated)||-|
|Output||10- 360º rotation, ratiometric, or PWM input dependent||0-5Vdc, 0.5 to 4.5Vdc, PWM|
|Over-Voltage||Y||Up to 40 (-40 to +60°C)|
|Output Short-Circuit Protected||Y||-|
|Operating Temperature Range||40°C to +140°C (5V supply) 40°C to +135.7°C (9V supply)||-|
|Storage Temperature Range||55°C to +140°C||-|
|Protection Class||IP68 (to 2m depth for 1 hour) or IP50||IP50 for unsealed shaft|
|Vibration||BS EN 60068-2-64:1995 Sec 8.4 (31.4gn rms) 20 to 2000Hz Random||-|
|Shock||3m drop onto concrete||-|
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