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    Magnets for hall effect sensors

    Hi allI'm looking a using hall effect sensors to control the x,y and z movements for my helicopter controls. I would like to place arc magnets on the tube that controls the collective like the one's here https://amfmagnets.co.nz/ferrite-arc...iABEgJwt_D_BwE b Because the controls on my sim are rotational would arc magnets work Cheers Rhys

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    Re: Magnets for hall effect sensors

    I replaced all my my pots with these rotary hall effect sensors. You can find them on eBay or Aliexpress.Best regards,Pierre
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    Re: Magnets for hall effect sensors

    Thanks PierreHow do these compare with potentiometersDo they need to be connected to gears or levers to make them turn CheersRhys