The Hall sensor is a simple and economical solution to assist in the control of a motor.
DOGA has designed a motor that includes two Hall sensors allowing the user to have precise feedback on speed, position and direction of rotation of the motor.
The 316, 317 and 319 series are all available with Hall sensors and are suitable for applications that require precise feedback e.g. agriculture, building access, care aid, medical, office equipment, marine and general industrial automation.
Each Hall sensor gives high and low pulses (see channel A and B in fig.1.)
Channel A allows the user to count the pulses to determine the motor speed and position; channel B allows the user to determine the direction of rotation of the motor due to the 90° electrical offset between channels A and B.
The sensors are integrated within the motor therefore the dimensions remain unchanged compared to the version without hall sensors and are designed to work at multiple supply voltages specific to the user’s application.
The resistances “R” will be implemented by the user within their controller with the values specified for their specific operating voltage 5, 12 or 24 V (see fig .2.)Product news