If you’re seeking a hall-effect sensor for throttle controls, trust Orscheln Products to provide you with a fully customizable and programmable electronic hall-effect sensor. Orscheln’s electronic hall-effect sensors are designed to operate in extreme temperatures from -40°C to 85°C (-40°F to 185°F) and are rated to endure 10 million full cycles. The outputs available for the sensor include ascendent and descendent, dual output, signals+switch, and others. If our standard hall-effect sensors do not meet your specific needs, Orscheln’s team of engineers can work closely with you to develop a custom hall-effect sensor, designed to meet your unique application requirements. To view a full, printable list of the ratings and features of Orscheln’s non-contact hall-effect rotary sensor, click here. If you’re interested in finding the right sensor for your throttle control needs, contact Orscheln’s Sales Team today.