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rede vs haul effect triggers

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#1 siefert



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Posted 18 September 2013 - 03:19 PM

can  some one tell me what the difference between each type of trigger is, and how each one works?

#2 wartex



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Posted 28 September 2013 - 12:55 PM

Jeez, took a while to understand wtf the "rede" is. You mean REED SWITCH and HALL EFFECT. Reed switch is a mechanical contact inside a glass ampule, when you expose it to a magnetic field, the lamels (contacts) of the contact stick together providing a conductive path. The hall effect sensor is a solid state device (no moving parts) that detects voltage change in the presence of a magnetic field. In other words, mechanical versus purely electronic. Despite popular belief, hall effect sensors Do wear out, but have 1000x-1000000x lifespan of a reed switch.

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