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Detecting Alignment using Magnets
Hall Effect sensors can be utilized in many different ways to detect alignment in an application by attaching one or more magnets to a target.
Digital Hall Effect switches provide an output that will turn on when a magnet is present.
Coded Alignment Systems are designed as tamper proof alignment switches to prevent end users from disabling security features such as ensuring a door is fully closed.
Analog Hall sensors will provide an output that responds to the magnetic field, providing the greatest output change centered over the face of a magnet. Analog Position Sensing Systems offer paired sensors and magnets for determining alignment within a 1” range.
For more information about our Hall Effect sensors and how they work, see our Application Notes.