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  Date: 10/01/2013

Non-contacting magnetic analog rotary position sensor from Bourns

Bourns Sensors and Controls has released the Model AMS22U Non-Contacting Analog Rotary Position Sensor. Bourns Model AMS22U Non-Contacting Analog Rotary Position Sensor is designed to meet the specifications of heavy-duty applications requiring long cycle life and high reliability. This single-turn rotary sensor features a 1/8 shaft supported by dual ball bearings and a factory programmable electrical angle from 10 to 360 degrees. Available in a servo mount configuration with a rotational life of up to 100 million cycles, Bourns Model AMS22U Sensor is a highly versatile position sensing device.
Basic features and applications include the following:

Features:
Non-contacting magnetic technology
Highly resistant to vibration/shock
Highly resistant to fl uid/dust ingress
Programmable at factory for zero position
Robust design for industrial applications
Highly repeatable
RoHS compliant

Applications:
Patient platform positioning feedback
Pneumatic control valve position feedback
Draw wire position sensors
Camera positioning
Actuator motor position feedback
Rudder positioning
Tilt control and tilt positioning feedback
Foot pedal, steering, lift-and-shuttle and suspension systems

Samples and production quantities are now available. The data sheet is now available at www.bourns.com.



 
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