Hall Effect Sensors


HaslerRail has been supplying speed indicators and data recording systems, including Hall effect sensors, to the rail industry since 1887. Today, tens of thousands of our devices and systems are in service around the globe.

Features / Benefits

  • Long service history
  • Easy to integrate
  • Designed to withstand severe environments
  • Unparalleled accuracy and reliability
  • Suitable for situations with little space
  • Expert customer support team

HaslerRail’s compact Hall effect sensor series is ideal for when space for a speed sensor is limited. The sensors can be installed in a variety of locations, including on the gear box, where they pick up the speed signal from the gear teeth.

Our Hall effect speed sensor with push-pull outputs is backed by a long service history. The sensor output pulses on detection of a toothed target wheel down to zero speed.

An optional two-channel output is also available with phase-displaced outputs to determine the train’s direction.

  • Power supply: U_ = 10 .. 24 V
  • Different models available
  • Number of channels: 1 or 2 channels
  • Protection degree: IP 67
  • Operating temperature: -40°C .. +85°C
  • Output frequency: 0 .. 20 kHz
  • Duty cycle: 30 .. 70 %
  • Standards: EN 50155
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