This sensor measures angles, rotations, rotation speeds or rotation acceleration. The sensor has a pulley connected to its shaft and the pulley rotation is measured. This sensor has four modes of operation: degrees, rev/s, rad/s, rad/s2.
Used for any science experiment which involves rotary motion including angular velocity, angular acceleration and revolutions per second such as in the fields of Mechanics, Physics, Biomechanics, etc.
The probe shaft is installed in a bearing and has a magnet at its end. A digital sensor based on The Hall Effect sensor, an analog circuit and a very sophisticated digital processor are located near the rotating magnet.
Includes a rotary motion revolving head piece attached directly to the sensor’s body by a durable rubber-coated wire.
The sensor is pre-calibrated at the factory.
Includes a reset to zero option for the measured angle.