Reports.AWS1AngleSensor History

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* Excitation Current - 50mA max.
* Voltage output - 0 ~ 10V
Output current - 10mA max.
Output load - 1kΩ min.
* Current output - 4 ~ 20mA(3wire)
Load resistor - 500Ω max.
* Signal diagram
http://itp.nyu.edu/~syp252/art.soyoung/sensor/p5.jpg

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5. Signal Conditioner PMU, adjustable - Voltage output and current output(3wire)

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* Excitation Voltage - +18 ~ +27VDC
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* Excitation Voltage - +18 ~ +27VDC non stabilized
* Excitation Current - 20mA max.
* Output Voltage - 0 ~ +10VDC
* Output Current - 2mA max
* Signal diagram
http://itp.nyu.edu/~syp252/art.soyoung/sensor/p2.jpg


3. Signal conditioner 420A - Current output(2wire)


* Excitation Voltage - +12 ~ 27VDC non stabilized, measured at the sensor terminals
* Excitation Current - 35mA max.
* Output Current - 4 ~ 20mA equivalent to 0 ~ 100% range
* Signal diagram
http://itp.nyu.edu/~syp252/art.soyoung/sensor/p3.jpg


4. Signal conditioner 420T - Current output(3wire)


* Excitation Voltage - +18 ~ +27VDC non stabilized
* Excitation Current - 40mA max.
* Load Resistor - 350Ω max.
* Output Current - 4 ~ 20mA equivalent to 0 ~ 100% range
* Signal diagram
http://itp.nyu.edu/~syp252/art.soyoung/sensor/p4.jpg


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* Protection Class(DIN 40050) - IP67(only when the electrical plug is correctly assenbled and connected)
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* Excitation Voltage - 32VDC max. at 1kΩ(input power 1W max.)
* Voltage Divider Utilization Range - Approx.3%~97% of full range
* Signal diagram
http://itp.nyu.edu/~syp252/art.soyoung/sensor/p1.jpg
note: The potentiometer must be connected as a voltage divider. The input impedance of the following processing circuit should be 10MΩ min.

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'''Output Specifications'''
R1K and 10V for position sensors
February 20, 2007, at 10:23 PM by So-Young Park -
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* Life Time - 100x10'^6^' Revolutions (
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* Life Time - 100x10'^6^' Revolutions (≤1500 r.p.m.)

* Protection Class(DIN 40050) - IP67(only when the electrical plug is correctly assenbled and connected)

* Weight - 450 g approx.

* Environmental - EMC : Refer to output specification
- Temperature : Refer to output sepcification
February 20, 2007, at 10:20 PM by So-Young Park -
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http://itp.nyu.edu/~syp252/art.soyoung/sensor/pic2.jpg
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'''Specifications'''

* Outputs - Potentiometer : 1kΩ
- Voltage : 0...10V
- Current : 4...20mA, 2 or 3 wire
- Voltage and current output, adjustable

* Resolution - Essentially infinite

* Material - Aluminium and Stainless Steel

* Sensing Device - Precision Potentiometer

* Connector - Male Socket 8pin DIN 45326

* Linearity - 0.10%; 0.20% for 90

* Repeatability - 0.0020%(equivalent to 0.008)

* Rotating Direction - Clockwise ( for increasing output signal)

* Revolutions - 1000r.p.m.max.

* Torque - 1Ncm

* Life Time - 100x10'^6^' Revolutions (
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February 20, 2007, at 09:53 PM by So-Young Park -
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February 20, 2007, at 09:52 PM by So-Young Park -
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I chose AWS angle sensor from[[http://www.asm-sensor.com/asm/homepage.php?lang=en | ASM]] that can measure angle. They have various type of angle sensors. You can choose measurement range and output type when you order. The measurement ranges are 345/ 180/ 90 and


AWS angle sensors are supplied as potentiometers or with calibrated voltage or current outputs
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I chose AWS angle sensor from[[http://www.asm-sensor.com/asm/homepage.php?lang=en | ASM]] that can measure angle. They have various type of angle sensors. You can choose measurement range and output type when you order. They are supplied as potentiometers or with calibrated voltage or current outputs and the measurement ranges are 345/ 180/ 90.

http://itp.nyu.edu/~syp252/art.soyoung/sensor/pic2.jpg
February 20, 2007, at 09:01 PM by So-Young Park -
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I chose AWS angle sensor from[[http://www.asm-sensor.com/asm/homepage.php?lang=en | ASM]] that can measure angle.
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They are supplied as potentiometers or with calibrated voltage or current outputs.
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I chose AWS angle sensor from[[http://www.asm-sensor.com/asm/homepage.php?lang=en | ASM]] that can measure angle. They have various type of angle sensors. You can choose measurement range and output type when you order. The measurement ranges are 345/ 180/ 90 and


AWS angle sensors
are supplied as potentiometers or with calibrated voltage or current outputs.
February 20, 2007, at 08:50 PM by So-Young Park -
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I chose AWS angle sensor from[[http://www.asm-sensor.com/asm/homepage.php?lang=en | ASM]] that can measure angle.
February 20, 2007, at 08:39 PM by So-Young Park -
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'''Angle Sensor with Analog Output'''
Report by SoYoung Park, Feb 2007

http://itp.nyu.edu/~syp252/art.soyoung/sensor/aws.jpg

They are supplied as potentiometers or with calibrated voltage or current outputs.