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MAGNETIC REED SWITCH

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Abstract: ) contains a reed switch and magnetic circuitry in one housing. This housing is typically mounted on a , , a sub magnet provided in the upper part of the reed switch is unaffected, and its magnetic flux , the magnetic circuit. Leakage occurs from an actuating projection at the reed switch side of the yoke , , panels, and lids on all types of equipment. This latch also contains a reed switch which can be used to sense if a door is open or closed. The switch is activated by a unique TDK-designed magnetic circuit ... OCR Scan
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PCSW303B1B000 catalog reed switch PCSW303B3B000 PCSW303B door closed sensors TEXT
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Abstract: reed switch with rhodium alloy contacts. Designed for applications where the available magnetic field , Reed Switch Catalogue www.StandexElectronics.com 1 Standex Product Offerings: Low-Frequency Magnetics High-Frequency Magnetics Antenna & RF Magnetics Magnetic Reed Switches , History of Standex Electronics 4 Professional Grade Reed switch quick selection chart 5 GR501 GR501 , Reed switch quick selection chart 26 TS501 TS501 27 TR501 TR501 29 TS560 TS560 31 TR560 TR560 33 ... Standex Electronics
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magnetic reed switch bistable ts-560 GP100 TONBRIDGE POWER COMPANY switching transformer magnetic contact PR560 GP560 GR-100 "TR560" Reed Relay distance TR560 standex test coil TS560 Standex Electronics GR501 magnetic reed switch GP501 GR560 atc-frost TEXT
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Abstract: Switch Sensor In evaluating an application for a magnetic proximity sensor based on Reed Switch , 14 July, 2003 Proximity Sensor using a Reed Switch & Magnet Reed switches are made from plated , note discusses the advantages of Reed Switch technology in proximity sensor applications used to sense , . A reed switch is one of several devices that can be used for proximity sensing. Other options , / Protected Reed Switch Mechanical Switch Hall Effect Switch Optical Switch None (Magnet) None ... COTO Technology
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SWITCH reed SMD optical sensor switch Magnetic resistance MAGNETIC PROXIMITY SENSOR CT10 catalog reed switch 15AT 10jk TEXT
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Abstract: magnetic shield passing between a Reed Switch and permanent magnet shunting the magnetic lines of flux , passing in parallel to Reed Switch and being affected by the center magnetic lobe.) Also, for parallel , opposing magnetic field is brought close, the Reed Switch will open giving rise to a normally closed , REED SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS MEDER electronic How Reed Switches are used with a Permanent , is brought toward the Reed Switch (or vice versa) the reed blades will close. When the magnet is ... Meder Electronic
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reed switch MAG SWITCH reed metal door magnetic reed sensor switch Magnetic latching reed switch latching reed switch magnetic reed switch bistable rotary sensor reed switch magnetic reed switch "Reed Switch" TEXT
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Abstract: Magnet and Electromagnetic Coil Actuation The reed switch depends upon an induced magnetic field for its , reed switch, when the magnetic field is close enough the contacts will close and when the magnetic , Clare Reed Switches What is a Reed Switch? The basic reed switch consists of a pair of low , open position. The principal advantages of a reed switch include: Hermetically sealed contacts Low , just another reed switch. Immediate improvements in end product reliability, production yields, and ... OCR Scan
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Reed switch as speed sensor TEXT
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Abstract: Figure #3); (Figure #4. A Reed Switch sitting in a solenoid where the magnetic field is strongest in , .) (Figure #3. The basic operation of a Reed Switch under the influence of the magnetic field of a permanent , MEDER electronic REED SWITCH CHARACTERISTICS Reed Switch Operational Characteristics Introduction The Reed Switch was first invented by Bell Labs in the late 1930s. However, it was not until the , , where they are still used in some areas today. The Reed Switch greatly contributed to the development ... Meder Electronic
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switch reed sensor reed switch nc reed switch Magnetic latching reed switch latching reed switch "Reed Switch" magnetic reed switch TEXT
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Abstract: . Inductive Load. Never use a reed switch to operate solenoid valves or relays without using a protection , maintain a security distance of at least 6 cm between the switch and any other source of magnetic fields , switch is positioned at one of the ends of the cylinder, the speed of the magnetic piston is irrelevant. However if the switch has to indicate the passage of the magnetic piston in the middle of the cylinder , according to the cylinder type. t0 = switch operating time-lapse (ms) For reed switch = 2ms t1 = load ... SHIELD
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Abstract: magnetic field. Form C Reed Switch Another type of Reed Switch is the single pole double throw (SPDT , to the Reed Switch sufficient in its magnetic strength to close the reed contacts (See Figure 5). , gone, the Reed Switch will remain in its closed state until another magnetic pulse with the opposite , magnetic field (BMF) which is always present and applied to the Reed Switch is shown at the 3 mT level , puts the magnetic field applied to the Reed Switch at 5 mT, which is above the 4 mT level, therefore ... Meder Electronic
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RELAY REED AN0209-1 "Reed Switch" magnetic reed switch bistable Reed relay mt relay Magnetic latching reed switch latching reed switch spst reed relay magnetic reed switch TEXT
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Abstract: generates a magnetic field which operated the reed switch. CONTACT: CONTACT: The ferromagnetic blades of , designing with reed relays. An example of magnetic interaction is shown in Figure 4. Here, two relays, K1 , INTERACTION: Reed relays are susceptible to external magnetic effects which may change performance , circuit board when in the relay, and (2) the physical geometry of a shielded reed switch more closely , required duration then removed, and finally the switch opened. Reed relays can be expected to operate 500 ... COTO Technology
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magnetic reed switch bistable Coto 2200 Mercury Relay Wetted Mercury relays coto 1200 GE power SCR datasheet 9800-series static relay coto coto 9800 std pcb terminated reed operating coil magnetic bistable switch catalog Applications mercury wetted reed relay magnetic reed switch bistable catalog mercury wetted contact relay spst reed relay coto relay tic relay reed switch DCR test circuit coto TEXT
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Abstract: and shape of the reed switch, including its leads. The magnetic coupling of the magnet to the reed , reed switch lead material may also increase the magnetic coupling and activation distance. A simple , (Ampere*turn) and Tesla or Gauss? What magnet strength will activate a 15 AT reed switch at 5 mm? There is not an answer that is both simple and accurate. Because the reed switch is made of ferrous , with and without a reed switch present. The relationship between magnet strength, reed switch ... HAMLIN
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"helmholtz coil" H-31 H-33 magnet "1 gauss" MAGNETIC REED SWITCH MDCG-4 solenoid coils Gauss method Helmholtz Coil AN102A tesla switch "Reed Switch" tesla coil TEXT
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pole-independent sensing technique, however, the device will work with a reed switch magnet with a 90 degree Allegro | A Low-Power Hall-Effect Switch Low-Power Hall-Effect Switch The following article appeared in the June, 1999 edition of Sensors becoming the switch of choice. Allegro's latest delivers another bonus: low power consumption. pole-independent sensing technique makes the sensor an easy drop-in replacement for reed switches.
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Allegro 02/10/2001 12.29 Kb HTM 3210papr.htm
compensation) * undertaking the adjustment in the relay's own magnetic field * splitting the reed Typical relay types Typical relay types Reed relays The reed relay continues to play a significant role in relay technology. There have been impressive Improvements are made clear by direct comparison. Figure 24 shows a typical, traditional reed change-over relay having five part functions and a modern relay having eight part functions. The reed
/datasheets/files/matsushita/online/english/relaytec/matsu-pc.html
Matsushita 25/01/1999 35.53 Kb HTML matsu-pc.html
, Ultra-Sensitive Hall-Effect Switch Data Sheet Unavailable Monolithic Magnetic Hall-Effect Sensor Using Dynamic Quadrature Offset Cancellation (STP97-10 STP97-10, PDF Switch w/ Dual Pole Operation Selection Guides: Portable/Battery-Operated Hall-effect switches is an ultra-sensitive, pole independent, Hall-effect switch with a latched digital sufficient strength will turn the output ON; in the absence of a magnetic field, the output is OFF. The
/datasheets/files/allegro/sf/3212/index.htm
Allegro 18/10/2001 11.13 Kb HTM index.htm
a direct replacement for reed switch applications and eliminates the need for magnetic re-design. Allegro | Press | Low Voltage, MicroPower, Ultra-Sensitive Hall Effect Switch    Low Voltage, MicroPower, Ultra-Sensitive Hall Effect Switch Editorial Contact June 8, 1999 - Allegro MicroSystems announces a new Low Voltage, MicroPower, Ultra sensitive switch
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Allegro 02/10/2001 5.11 Kb HTM pr99_3210.htm
Micropower, Ultra-Sensitive Hall-Effect Switch Datasheet (PDF) Monolithic Magnetic Hall-Effect Sensor Using Dynamic Quadrature Offset Cancellation (STP97-10 STP97-10, PDF Switch w/ Dual Pole Operation Selection Guides: Portable/Battery-Operated , either a north or south pole of sufficient strength will turn the output ON; in the absence of a magnetic to easily replace reed switches for superior reliability and ease of manufacturing, while eliminating
/datasheets/files/allegro/sf/3210/index.htm
Allegro 18/10/2001 11.62 Kb HTM index.htm
switch closures via reed relays driven directly by the PIC's (BASIC Stamp's) I/O. The user starts Controller # 029 Automotive Lamp Control # 030 Single Switch Scanning Device for Disabled # 031 # 066 Truck + ? identification # 067 Meteoreological Station # 068 Stamp Controls # 140 UM3750 UM3750 Read Code # 141 Magnetic Stripe Reader # 142 Telephone Remote Control and case, some switches, a micro switch, ect. The micro switch is mounted such that the switch trips
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Elektronikladen 22/01/2001 268 Kb TXT losa.txt
) BR101 BR101: Silicon controlled switch (24-7-97 ) BR211 BR211 series: Breakover diodes (1-8-96 ) BRY39 BRY39: Programmable unijunction transistor/Silicon controlled switch (24-7-97 ) BRY56 BRY56 ) BUK113-50DL BUK113-50DL: PowerMOS transistor Logic level TOPFET (1-1-96 ) BUK206-50X BUK206-50X: TOPFET high side switch transistors (8-7-97 ) KM110B/2 KM110B/2: Magnetic field sensor (1-11-94 ) KM110BH/2130 KM110BH/2130; KM110BH KM110BH
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register comparator (open-collector + 3-State) 1990-08-07 74F5300 74F5300 Fiber optic LED driver 1990-12-19 74F777 74F777 Triple bidirectional latched bus transceiver (3-State + open collector BLY89C BLY89C VHF power transistor 1986-08-01 BR101 BR101 Silicon controlled switch 1997-07-24 /Silicon controlled switch 1997-07-24 BRY56 BRY56 Programmable unijunction transistor 1996-01-01 BUK203-50Y BUK203-50Y PowerMOS transistor TOPFET high side switch 1995-04-01
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Philips 16/06/2005 481.52 Kb HTML prunedlist-v2.html
) BR101 BR101: Silicon controlled switch (7/24/97 ) BR211 BR211 series: Breakover diodes (1/8/96 ) BRY39 BRY39: Programmable unijunction transistor/Silicon controlled switch (7/24/97 ) BRY56 BRY56 /96 ) BUK203-50Y BUK203-50Y: PowerMOS transistor TOPFET high side switch (1/4/95 ) BUK206-50X BUK206-50X: TOPFET high side switch SMD version of BUK202-50X BUK202-50X (1/7/96 ) BUK436W-1000B BUK436W-1000B: PowerMOS ) KM110B/2 KM110B/2: Magnetic field sensor (1/11/94 ) KM110BH/2130 KM110BH/2130; KM110BH/2190 KM110BH/2190: Angle sensor hybrid (3
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