Bullet Sensors & Transducers e-Digest, Vol. 121, Issue 10, October 2010: Product News

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Low Power and Compact 45 Angle Sensors

 

 

PEWATRON offers the new Midori low power sensor, which is ideally suited for battery operated devices. The magnetoresistive technology allows for a superb low current consumption of 0.6 mA typical at 9 V. Thus consuming more than 20 times less current than a comparable Hall-effect based device.

 

The compact sensor weights only 10 g, offers a superb low torque of 0.05 mNm and is therefore the ideal sensor for medical devices, portable equipment and micro-robotics. The sensor operates from -40 C up to +100 C.

 

PEWATRON, with headquarters in Switzerland, specialises in sensors (physical and geometrical), power supplies, e-components and drives. PEWATRON delivers a wide assortment of electronic components ranging from standard products, semi-custom products to custom products. PEWATRON works closely with developers and can be involved right from the start of a product development process to ensure that together with the customer, the best fi tting component for the application is found.

 

PEWATRON, an independent company that belongs to the Angst+Pfi ster Group, has been serving customers in Europe with prompt and individual service for over 30 years. Through the Angst+Pfi ster Group, PEWATRON belongs to a world-wide network of over 750 employees and 75,000 satisfi ed customers.

 

 

 

 

 

Barbara Boss

Marketing Manager

PEWATRON AG

Thurgauerstrasse 66

8052 Zurich

Switzerland

Tel.: +41 (0) 44 877 35 08

Fax: + 41 (0) 44 877 35 25

E-mail: barbara.boss@pewatron.com

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