The DSD25 series are three and four channel hall effect speed sensors for railway applications.
There are two major trends driving the increased demand on train speed sensors. First, the reduction of costs and weight of rolling stock, and second, the upgrade of train control systems to allow increased train density in saturated lines. Multi-channel Hall speed sensors address these challenges without the addition of weight and costs related to additional sensors. One sensor with two galvanically separated output stages provides reduced weight, less installation time and greater value.
Enable the installation of a parallel Train Control System on existing rolling stock with the same number of sensor heads and cables
Save cost with the use of one sensor that supplies as much information as two sensors
Save Installation time with only one change over instead of two
3 or 4 sensor elements
Rail-certified cable and connectors
Galvanically separated sensor circuits
ISO - TS 22163 IRIS Certified Global leader in Rail Speed Sensor
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