Industrial Hall effect/magnetic sensors are electronic devices that use the Hall effect to measure the presence and/or strength of a magnetic field. They are widely used in industrial automation applications, due to their robust construction and extreme accuracy. These sensors are reliable and immune to external interferences like EMI, RFI and ambient noise. They detect the presence of a magnetic field, as well as changes in its strength or direction. For example, they can be used to measure the flow rate of a liquid, detect the position of a rotating object like a motor shaft, or monitor the speed of a conveyor belt. These solutions provide a precise and economical way for a system to monitor and control industrial processes.