Refer to the Data Sheets on the Search in catalogue for technical data
Explanation of terms:
It is the range of voltage, in which the sensor can operate and its reliability is assured.
It is supply voltage without tolerances.
It is maximum current that can flow through the load of the sensor.
It is current taken by the sensor itself.
It is minimum current that can flow through the load of the sensor.
-25 to + 85°C
-40 to + 80°C - selected types of sensors with reed switch
Sensors with hall probe have both short-circuit and reverse polarity protection.
Sensors with reed contact are not short-circuit-proof!!!
This is the power of the magnetic field necessary for switching, it can be said the stronger the magnet the higher the switching distance.
For magnets the magnet force is most often expressed in units of newtons - 10 N = approx. 1 kg is the market power from the steel plate.
For sensors with hall probes the sensitivity is given in mT (millitesla) or G (gauss), the lower the value, the more sensitive the sensor is. (1 G (gauss) = 0.1 mT (millites)
Sensors with reed contact are sensed with AT (Ampere Turns). This value expresses in particular the size of the gap between the tongue contacts, the larger the gap, the higher the AT value. The lower the value, the more sensitive the sensor is.