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Gear Detecting Speed Sensors
Measuring speed from a gear can be accomplished with a sensor with one or more outputs that respond to the teeth passing the sensor face.
- Single channel gear sensors output a digital pulse that detects each time a gear tooth passes by the face of the sensor.
- Speed and Direction Sensors and Quadrature sensors provide two outputs that can determine both gear speed and the rotational direction.
- Variable reluctance sensors require no power and output a sine wave proportional to the gear speed.
The following application note may provide additional assistance in selecting a speed sensor for your application.
Additional Application Notes are available here discussing Hall Effect Sensors, how they work, and other information relative to magnetic sensing.