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Magnetic fields can be detected as flux, strength, and directions using magnetic position sensors. Measurement and detection of magnetic fields have long been crucial operations in numerous applications .
The locations, orientations, rotations, and angles of objects, as well as the existence of electric current, can all be monitored using the information gathered from magnetic position sensors (changes and variations of the magnetic field).
Because of this, magnetic position sensors are used in a variety of products, including those for the military, robotics, space equipment, geophysics, industrial measures, and more.
Numerous applications call for new magnetic sensors with robustness, versatility, and other critical technological requirements.
Magnetic encoders, permanent magnet linear contactless displacement sensors, magnetoresistive position sensors, fluxgate sensors, resonant sensors, induction magnetometers, linear variable differential transformers, inductosyn, synchros and resolvers,
Eddy current sensors, variable reluctance sensors, and ferromagnetic and semiconducting magnetoresistors have all been used so far.
The Global Magnetic Position Sensors market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
In order to accommodate a range of operating situations and application requirements, Honeywell offers a broad line of magnetic position sensors, all of which are designed to provide reliable, long-lasting performance and increased product life.
High-accuracy motion control is made possible by Honeywell SMART Magnetic Position Sensors (Superior Measurement, Accuracy, Reliability, and Thinking), which enhances operational effectiveness and safety.
Their non-contact design eliminates mechanical failure mechanisms and measures the linear, angular, or rotating movement of a magnet attached to a moving object. This minimizes wear and tear, increases dependability and longevity, and decreases downtime.
Honeywell Non-contact Hall-effect Sensors use a solid-state Hall-effect IC to sense the rotation of the actuator shaft and then generate a proportional signal in response to the presence or interruption of a magnetic field.
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