Our Digital Compass Sensor,Model# 1490 ,
 magnetically indicates the four Cardinal (N. E, S. W) directions, and, by overlapping the four Cardinal directions, shows the four intermediate (NE, NW, SE, SW) directions. The Sensor was designed to indicate the direction of the horizontal flux pattern (Compass component) of the earth's field thus becoming a compass.

Our two Analog Sensors, Model 1525 & Model 1655,   output a sine-cosine curve voltage which may be interpreted by microprocessor, graphs, or other simple system into directional information. This offers finite measurement capabilities in a directional application

All three sensors are low cost and reliable. Each serves a slightly different purpose. All three sensors are based on Hall-effect technology, and can be mounted remotely. Also, all three sensors outputs can be used in stand-alone applications.