Honeywell introduces high-temperature magnetic sensors

Engineers at the Honeywell Inc. Solid State Electronics Center in Minneapolis are offering a high-temperature magnetic sensor called the HTMC1021D for proximity sensing, position/angle sensing, and signal transformation. The device, which operates in temperatures between -55 and 225 degrees Celsius, works in applications where flux sensors traditionally were used. It comes in a ceramic dip package rugged enough to handle high vibration and other hostile environments, Honeywell officials say. Thi

Engineers at the Honeywell Inc. Solid State Electronics Center in Minneapolis are offering a high-temperature magnetic sensor called the HTMC1021D for proximity sensing, position/angle sensing, and signal transformation. The device, which operates in temperatures between -55 and 225 degrees Celsius, works in applications where flux sensors traditionally were used. It comes in a ceramic dip package rugged enough to handle high vibration and other hostile environments, Honeywell officials say. This device is based on Honeywell`s proprietary silicon on insulator technology for military and aerospace applications. For more information, contact the company information line by phone at 800-323-8295, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.ssec.honeywell.com/. — J.K.

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