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Detecting Alignment using a Rotating Gear
In applications where rotating a gear changes the alignment of a system component, a Quadrature Hall Effect Gear Tooth sensor, when connected with a meter programmed for monitoring directional count can track the movement of the gear. This can be effective for tracking the position of the component moved by the gear by displaying a scaled movement value relative to the number of teeth that pass by the sensor.
Fully programmed counters are available in our Catalog.
For more information about our quadrature gear tooth sensors, why we request the gear pitch, and target gear design, see our Application Notes.