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Curtiss-Wright introduces WM-830 rotary position sensor

February 042016
Curtiss-Wright introduces WM-830 rotary position sensor

February 4, 2016 - Curtiss-Wright introduces WM-830 rotary position sensor that uses Hall-effect technology to provide accurate and reliable measurement of angular position.Its mechanical, ruggedized design protects against water, dust, shock, vibration and temperature. 

Benefits include:

  • Non-contact sensing technology provides a long mechanical life
  • Standard 48.5 degrees measurement angle
  • Available with optional PWM outputs and 15- to 360-degree measurement angle.
  • Connects via industry-standard Packard Electric ‘Metri-Pack’ 150 connectors

The WM-830 operates from a 5Vdc supply and has dual integrated circuits that are electrically isolated to provide two truly independent voltage signals, allowing the host electronics to detect output errors. In the event of connection errors, the sensor outputs enter pre-defined states, providing further integrity. Mechanical engagement with the rotating portion of the sensor is via a slotted cavity.

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