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Honeywell RTY Series and RTP Series Hall-effect Rotary Position Sensors Datasheet
Hall-effect Rotary Position Sensors
RTY Series with Integral Actuator
RTP Series with External Actuator
Datasheet
RTY Series and RTP Series Hall-effect Rotary Position
Sensors
The RTY Series and RTP Series Hall-effect Rotary Position Sensors provide non-contact sensing in harsh transportation and
industrial applications at a competitive cost.
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RTY Series: These shaft activated products are available in two versions: an integral shaft with or without a lever. The lever
may allow customers to reduce the number of mechanical linkages required for their applications, which may reduce the cost
of the overall customer solution.
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RTP Series: Takes non-contact sensing to the next level by separating the magnet from the sensor body. The absence of the
actuator shaft removes the wear and tear on the bearings caused by radial forces. A choice of a bare or a housed magnet is
available.
These products use a magnetically biased, Hall-effect integrated circuit (IC) to sense rotary movement of the actuator over a set
operating range. Rotation of the actuator changes the magnet’s position relative to the IC. The resulting flux density change is
converted to a linear output.
The IC, together with conditioning and protection circuitry, is sealed in an IP69K-qualified rugged package for durability in most
harsh environments.
Eight operating ranges from 50° to 360° are tolerant to over-travel and allow use in most common applications. Low voltage and
high voltage versions cover an input voltage range of 4.5 Vdc to 30 Vdc.
Honeywell’s industry-leading capabilities in research and development provide the customer with known quality and support.
Features
Potential Applications
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True, non-contact operation
TRANSPORTATION
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35 M cycle product life (RTY Series); unlimited rotation (RTP
•
Position and movement detection (pedals, throttles,
Series)
gear shift, levers, steering, linkages, and hitches) in
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Solid-state Hall-effect technology
trucks, buses, off-road vehicles, cranes, and industrial/
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Rugged IP69K-sealed package with integral connector
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Automotive-grade EMI/EMC testing, integrated reverse
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Suspension/kneeling position (buses, trucks)
polarity, and short circuit protection
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Tilt/trim position (boat engines, tilling equipment)
•
•
Industry-standard AMP termination, 32 mm mounting pitch,
construction/agricultural vehicles and equipment)
North American or European pinout styles, and compact
INDUSTRIAL
package
•
Valve control
Eight operating ranges up to 360°
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HVAC damper control
•
Irrigation equipment pivot control
RUGGED • LONG PRODUCT LIFE • NON-CONTACT SENSING
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Table 1. Electrical Specifications
RTY Series
Characteristic
LV (Low Voltage)
HV (High Voltage)
LV (Low Voltage)
HV (High Voltage)
5 ±0.5 Vdc
10 Vdc to 30 Vdc
5 ±0.5 Vdc
10 Vdc to 30 Vdc
20 mA max.
25 mA max.
32 mA max.
47 mA max.
20 mA max.
25 mA max.
32 mA max.
47 mA max.
0.5 Vdc to 4.5 Vdc
ratiometric
4.5 Vdc to 0.5 Vdc
ratiometric
0.5 Vdc to 4.5 Vdc
non-ratiometric
4.5 Vdc to 0.5 Vdc
non-ratiometric
0.5 Vdc to 4.5 Vdc
ratiometric
4.5 Vdc to 0.5 Vdc
ratiometric
0.5 Vdc to 4.5 Vdc
non-ratiometric
4.5 Vdc to 0.5 Vdc
non-ratiometric
Supply voltage
Supply current:
normal
during output to ground short
Output:
standard
inverted
RTP Series
Output signal delay
4 ms typ.
Overvoltage protection
10 Vdc
—
10 Vdc
—
Reverse polarity protection
-10 Vdc
-30 Vdc
-10 Vdc
-30 Vdc
Output to ground short circuit
protection
continuous
Resolution
12 bit
Output load resistance
(pull down to ground)
EMI:
radiated immunity
conducted immunity
10 kOhm typ.
100 V/m per ISO11452-2 from 200 MHz to 1000 MHz
100 mA BCI per ISO11452-4
from 1 MHz to 200 MHz
EMC
100 mA BCI per ISO11452-4
from 1 MHz to 400 MHz
100 V/m per ISO11452-2 from 200 MHz to 1000 MHz
100 mA BCI per ISO11452-4
from 1 MHz to 200 MHz
100 mA BCI per ISO11452-4
from 1 MHz to 400 MHz
exceeds CE requirements
Table 2. Mechanical Specifications
Characteristic
Expected life
Air gap:
bare magnet actuator
housed magnet actuator
misalignment
Material:
shaft
magnet
sensor housing
housed magnet overmold
sensor/housed magnet bushing
sensor bushing
Mating connector
Mechanical end stop
Mounting screw sizes:
sensor to mounting surface
RTY Series
LV (Low Voltage)
RTP Series
HV (High Voltage)
LV (Low Voltage)
HV (High Voltage)
35 M cycles
infinite rotation
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—
—
3,00 mm ±0.5 mm [0.12 in ±0.02 in]
2,00 mm ±0.5 mm [0.08 in ±0.02 in]
2.002,00 mm [0.08 in] max.
stainless steel
—
PBT plastic
—
—
stainless steel
—
NdFeB
PBT plastic
PPS plastic
brass
—
AMP Superseal 282087-1
no
non-magnetic, stainless steel M5 screws and
10 mm [0.39 in] OD washers
non-magnetic, stainless steel M4 X 0.7 screws and
8 mm [0.31 in] OD washers
lever to mounting surface
non-magnetic stainless steel M6 screws,
—
housed magnet actuator to
actuator mounting shaft
Approvals
—
non-magnetic, stainless steel M3 X 0.5
plain cup point set screws
CE
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Table 3. Environmental Specifications
RTY Series
Characteristic
LV (Low Voltage)
Operating temperature range
RTP Series
HV (High Voltage)
HV (High Voltage)
-40 °C to 125 °C [-40 °F to 257 °F]
Ingress protection
IP69K
Media compatibility
heavy transportation fluids
50 G peak
Shock1
20 G peak
Vibration
1
concentration 5% ±1% for 240 hr per SAE J1455
Section 4.3.3.1 (at 5.0 Vdc, 38 °C [100 F °])
Salt fog
1
LV (Low Voltage)
bare magnet: 96 hr for as per ASTM B117
housed magnet: 240 hr per ASTM B117
Does not apply RTY Series sensor shaft with lever.
CAUTION
ELECTROSTATIC
SENSITIVE
DEVICES
DO NOT OPEN OR HANDLE
EXCEPT AT A
STATIC FREE WORKSTATION
ESD SENSITIVITY:
CLASS 2
NOTICE
Ferrous material or magnet material more
than 300 Gauss within 10 mm [0.39 in]
from sensor boundary may impact
sensor performance.
Figure 1. All Available Configurations
Series
Actuator Type
Series
Integral shaft without lever
RTY
4
Integral shaft with lever
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Actuator Type
Separate bare magnet
RTP
Separate housed magnet
Hall-effect Rotary Position Sensors
Figure
2. ProductHall-Effect
Nomenclature Rotary Position Sensors
RTY
Series
RTY Series
Product
Nomenclature
For example, RTY050LVEAA defines an RTY Series Hall-Effect Rotary Position Sensor, 50° (±25°) sensing range angle, 5 Vdc supply
voltage, European pinout style, 4.5 Vdc (left), 0.5 Vdc (right) output type, shaft without lever actuation type
RTY
050
LV
E
A
A
Series
Sensing Range
Angle
Supply Voltage
Pinout Style
Output Type
Actuator Type
A Standard:
0.5 Vdc (left), 4.5 Vdc (right)
X Shaft without lever
RTY Series Hall-Effect
Rotary Postion Sensor
with Integral Actuator
050 50° (±25°)
LV 5 Vdc
060 60° (±30°)
HV 10 Vdc to 30 Vdc
070
E European:
70° (±35°)
pin 1 = GND
pin 2 = Vcc
pin 3 = output
B Inverted:
4.5 Vdc (left), 0.5 Vdc (right)
N North American:
pin 1 = Vcc
pin 2 = GND
pin 3 = output
090 90° (±45°)
120 120° (±60°)
A Shaft with lever
180 180° (±90°)
270 270° (±135°)
360 360° (±180°)
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RTP Series Hall-Effect Rotary Position Sensors
RTP SeriesNomenclature
Product
For example, RTP050LVEBX defines an RTP Series Hall-Effect Rotary Position Sensor, 50° (±25°) sensing range angle, 5 Vdc supply
voltage, European pinout style, inverted 4.5 Vdc (left), 0.5 Vdc (right) output type, bare magnet actuator type
RTP
050
LV
E
B
X
Series
Sensing Range
Angle
Supply Voltage
Pinout Style
Output Type
Actuator Type
RTP Series Hall-Effect
Rotary Postion Sensor
with External Actuator
050 50° (±25°)
LV 5 Vdc
060 60° (±30°)
HV 10 Vdc to 30 Vdc
E European:
070 70° (±35°)
pin 1 = GND
pin 2 = Vcc
pin 3 = output
A Standard:
0.5 Vdc (left), 4.5 Vdc (right)
X Bare magnet
B Inverted:
4.5 Vdc (left), 0.5 Vdc (right)
N North American:
pin 1 = Vcc
pin 2 = GND
pin 3 = output
090 90° (±45°)
120 120° (±60°)
A Housed magnet
(carrier type “A”)2
180 180° (±90°)
270 270° (±135°)
350 350° (±175°)
1
2
360° Sensing Range Angle available upon request.
Customized housed magnet actuators available upon request.
360 360° (±180°)1
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Figure 3. RTY Series Mounting Dimensions (For reference only: mm [in.])
Sensor without lever
ø5,35
Output diagram
22,0
[0.87]
5,3
[0.21]
8,3
[0.33]
[0.21]
ø15,50
37.0
[1.46]
[0.61]
55
[2.17]
36,4
[1.43]
4,60
[0.18]
1
3 2 1
Mounting surface
9,5
[0.37]
13,8
[0.54]
26,0
[1.02]
15,6
[0.61]
1 Non-magnetic, stainless steel M5
B
θ
A
ø6,00
screws and 10 mm [0.39 in] OD
washers, mounting torque is
2,5 ±0,5 N m [22.1 ±4.4 in-lb]
−θ/2°
[0.24]
1
+θ/2°
2
3
4,12
[0.16]
25
[0.98]
Sensor with lever
ø5,35
22,0
[0.87]
5,00
[0.20]
8,3
[0.33]
10,0
[0.39]
[0.21]
40,0
[1.57]
15,0
[0.59]
1
37,0
[1.46]
22,0
[0.87]
55
[2.17]
36,4
[1.43]
Mounting
surface
9,5
[0.37]
26,0
[1.02]
1 Non-magnetic, stainless steel M5
screws and 10 mm [0.39 in] OD
washers, mounting torque is
2,5 ± 0,5 N m [22.1 ±4.4 in-lb]
2 Non-magnetic stainless steel M6
screws, mounting torque is
8 N m [70.8 in-lb] max.
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13,8
[0.54]
15,7
[0.62]
14,0
[0.55]
A
= Left output: 0.5 Vdc
B
= Zero reference
C
= Right output: 4.5 Vdc
Inverted Output
2
1
Standard Output
A
= Left output: 4.5 Vdc
B
= Zero reference
C
= Right output: 0.5 Vdc
C
Hall-effect Rotary Position Sensors
Figure 4. RTP Series Mounting Dimensions (For reference only: mm [in].)
Sensor with bare magnet actuator
Output diagram
B
5,00
[0.20]
10,80
[0.43]
ø5,00
[0.20]
θ
43,3
[1.70]
32,00 ±0,15
[1.26 ±0.01]
3,00 ±0,5 Air gap
[0.12 ±0.02]
+θ/2°
−θ/2°
A
C
18,5
[0.73]
ø12,00
[0.47]
2X ø4,30 ±0,5
[0.17±0.02]
1
56,9
[2.24]
Sensing
surface
17,8
[0.70]
16,00
[0.63]
Standard Output
Mounting
surface
Bare Magnet
11,00
[0.43]
Bare
magnet
actuator
A
= Left output: 0.5 Vdc
B
= Zero reference
C
= Right output: 4.5 Vdc
Inverted Output
1
Non-magnetic, stainless steel M4 X 0.7 screws and
8 mm [0.39 in] OD washers, torque is 2,0 ±0,2 N m
[17.7 ±1.8 in-lb].
Orientation
hole
Sensor with housed magnet actuator
Sensing
surface
4,50
[0.18]
ø8,00
[0.31]
1
A
= Left output: 4.5 Vdc
B
= Zero reference
C
= Right output: 0.5 Vdc
Output Diagram
B
43,3
[1.70]
32,00 ±0,15
[1.26 ±0.01]
2,00 ±0,5 Air gap
[0.08 ±0.02]
10,80
[0.43]
θ
A
−θ/2°
C
+θ/2°
18,5
[0.73]
2X M3 X 0.5
2X ø4,30 ±0,5
[0.17±0.02]
2
56,9
[2.24]
14,0
[0.55]
16,0 ±0,5
[0.63 ±0.02]
17,8
[0.70]
6,0
[0.24]
16,00
[0.63]
Standard Output
Housed Magnet
Mounting
surface
ø15,00
Housed
magnet
actuator
[0.59]
1 Non-magnetic, stainless steel M3 X 0.5 plain cup point set
Orientation
arrow
screws, torque is 0,5 N m to 0,6 N m [4.42 in-lb to 5.31 in-lb]
2 Non-magnetic, stainless steel M4 X 0.7 screws and
8 mm [0.31 in] OD washers, torque is 2,0 ±0,2 N m
[17.7 ±1.8 in-lb].
A
= Left output: 0.5 Vdc
B
= Zero reference
C
= Right output: 4.5 Vdc
Inverted Output
A
= Left output: 4.5 Vdc
B
= Zero reference
C
= Right output: 0.5 Vdc
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Table 4 RTY Series Functional Characteristics1
Characteristic
Sensing
Angle
Standard Output
Linearity Accuracy
Error 3
Error 2
Inverted Output
70° (±35°)
90° (±45°)
Clamp High
4.5
Output Voltage (Vdc)
60° (±35°)
Clamp High
4.5
Output Voltage (Vdc)
50° (±25°)
2.5
0.5
Clamp Low
0.0
120° (±60°)
180° (±90°)
270° (±135°)
±1.0%
A
B
C
-25
-30
-35
-45
-60
-90
-135
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
+25
+30
+35
+45
+60
+90
+135
0.5
Clamp Low
0.0
Actuator Position (°)
Output Voltage (Vdc)
Output Voltage (Vdc)
0.5
3
8
C
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
+25
+30
+35
+45
+60
+90
+135
Actuator Position (°)
2.5
0.5
0.0
A
B
C
A
B
C
-180
0
+180
-180
0
+180
Actuator Position (°)
2
B
4.5
2.5
0.0
1
A
-25
-30
-35
-45
-60
-90
-135
±1.6%
4.5
360° (±180°)
2.5
Actuator Position (°)
See Figure 3 for references to A B C .
Linearity error is the deviation of the measured value from the best fit line and is the quotient of the measured output ratio deviation from the
best fit line at the measured temperature to the best fit line output ratio span at the measured temperature.
Accuracy is measured as a deviation from the index line, where the index line is defined as the line with the ideal slope and sensor output
voltage corrected at 0º position for its ideal value at 25 °C ±5 °C. Accuracy is valid only when the sensor output is correct at 0º position for its
ideal value in the application.
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Table 5. RTP Series Functional Characteristics1
Characteristic
Sensing
Angle
Standard Output
Linearity Accuracy
Error
Error 2
Inverted Output
70° (±35°)
90° (±45°)
Clamp High
4.5
Output Voltage (Vdc)
60° (±35°)
Clamp High
4.5
Output Voltage (Vdc)
50° (±25°)
2.5
0.5
Clamp Low
0.0
120° (±60°)
180° (±90°)
270° (±135°)
350° (±175°)
±2.0%
—
A
B
C
-25
-30
-35
-45
-60
-90
-135
-175
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
+25
+30
+35
+45
+60
+90
+135
+175
0.5
Clamp Low
0.0
Actuator Position (°)
Output Voltage (Vdc)
Output Voltage (Vdc)
2.5
0.5
0.0
A
-180
B
C
0
+180
Actuator Position (°)
1
2
A
B
C
-25
-30
-35
-45
-60
-90
-135
-175
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
+25
+30
+35
+45
+60
+90
+135
+175
Actuator Position (°)
4.5
4.5
360° (±180°)
2.5
2.5
0.5
0.0
A
B
C
-180
0
+180
Actuator Position (°)
See Figure 4 for references to A B C .
Linearity error is the deviation of the measured value from the best fit line and is the quotient of the measured output ratio deviation from the best
fit line at the measured temperature to the best fit line output ratio span at the measured temperature.
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• Installation Instructions
• Application Note
WARNING
PERSONAL INJURY
DO NOT USE these products as safety or emergency stop
devices or in any other application where failure of the product
could result in personal injury.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING
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only. Do not use this document as a product installation
guide.
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information is provided in the instructions supplied with
each product.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in
death or serious injury.
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