Sensoronix, Inc., located in Tustin, California, is a custom design and manufacturer of magnetic sensors used for precise measurement of speed, direction, and distance. Hatraco is proud to be allowed to market the Sensoronix program in Europe. Many leading industries have utilized magnetic sensor technology in their applications like we find many sensors in the Hatraco sales programs of Altronic and GAC. Industries of application include: Automotive, Biotechnology, Aerospace, Aviation, Computer/ Peripheral, Agriculture and many more. Sensoronix is dedicated to the design and production of high quality and advanced magnetic sensor technology customized for various applications.
Quality products by Sensoronix
Sensoronix, Inc. is dedicated to providing quality magnetic sensor products, quality customer care, promoting employment growth, and active community involvement. By utilizing dedicated professionals with nearly two decades of success and experience in magnetic sensor technology, Sensoronix, Inc. has created an advanced manufacturing organization that possesses innovative design and manufacturing capabilities.
Custom design sensors
In today’s business, customers demand custom designs, short lead times while sustaining and maintaining the highest quality. Hatraco appreciates the capability of Sensoronix as a capable manufacturer of Magnetic Sensors with any type of specification requirements. The company is capable of producing low and high quantities of magnetic sensors and has great communication between technical sales and design teams to ensure quality and efficient results. No need to say that Sensoronix can provide competitive prices while maintaining the highest quality in both products and services.
Hall-Effect Zero Speed Sensor (HS)
Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the distortion of magnetic field created by a ferrous target. Hall-Effect Zero speed sensors provide very precise measurements of movement even at zero speed which makes the Hall-Effect zero speed sensors ideal for speed measurements. Hall-effect zero speed sensors provide digital output with constant amplitude signal regardless of variation of the speed.
Hall-Effect Quadrature Sensor (HQ)
Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the distortion of magnetic field created by a ferrous target. Quadrature sensors provide two 90º out of phase digital outputs to record speed and direction. When the target wheel or gear is rotating clockwise, the output signal # 1 leads output signal # 2, and when the target is rotating counter clockwise, the output signal # 2 leads output signal # 1. Both output signals will be 50% duty cycle with proper alignment of sensor and target gear.
Hall-Effect Speed and Direction Sensor (HD)
Non-contact magnetic sensors that measure the distortion of magnetic fields and thus provide precise measurements of speed and direction. Output #1 is digital square wave and measures the speed of target wheel or gear. Output #2 is a DC level that when the target wheel rotates clockwise, the output signal # 2 produces logic High, and when the target wheel rotates counter clockwise, the output signal # 2 produces logic low. Output signal #1 will be 50% duty cycle with proper alignment of sensor and target gear.
Hall-Effect Position Sensor W/ Linear Output Voltage (HL)
Non- contact magnetic sensors that are designed to respond to a wide range of positive or negative magnetic fields and can sense relatively small changes in a magnetic field. By having magnet as a target, this unit produces a Ratio-metric Rail-To-Rail linear output. It also has an internal amplifier to boost the output to a higher level. These sensors are ideal for applications such as magnetic flux measurement, displacement, and linear output rotary measurement.
Hall-Effect Proximity Switch Sensor (HP)
Non-contact magnetic sensor proximity switch produces a digital output. The output produced by Hall-Effect Proximity Switch sensor switches between logic low (operate point) and logic high (release point) with presence and absence of a magnet as a target. The difference between the magnetic operate and release points is called the hysteresis of the device. The built-in hysteresis circuitry allows clean switching of the output even in the presence of external mechanical vibration and electrical noise.
Variable Reluctance Speed Sensor (VR)
The collapse of magnetic field due to the interruption by a ferrous gear tooth provides an analog signal output (sine wave) that does not require an outside power source. Variable reluctance sensor or Mag-pickup is suitable for speed sensing with a range from 30 to 1000 inches per second with a target gear from one tooth per revolution to 32 pitch gear.
Variable Reluctance Digital Output Speed Sensor (VD)
Due to the active solid state signal conditioning integral with this variable reluctance speed sensor, it converts a sine wave signal output to produce a digital square wave signal with constant amplitude regardless of variations in speed.