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    I’m installing a 60-2 trigger wheel and the 554-124 sensor. I want to mount the sensor in an area where I have two smarts coils mounted. I’m worried there may be some electromagnetic noise in the area where the sensor is being mounted, is there a way to shield the sensor, or would it be OK in the area of the coil. There about one inch clearance. Any help would be much appreciated.

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    It'll probably work fine. Geartooth Hall-Effect sensors work by internal magnetism and they're not susceptible to EMI/RFI interference.

    The more robust Hall-Effect sensors are preferred because they're not susceptible to EMI/RFI interference/noise,
    and their digital square-wave signal strength is consistent, regardless of RPM (unlike the VR magnetic sine-wave).
    Also, the VR magnetic pickup signal is weaker at cranking speeds.

    Hall-Effect: 3-wire, square wave signal (digital), pulse generation
    VR Magnetic: 2-wire, sine wave signal (inductive), voltage generation
    http://www.electronicproducts.com/El...g_for_you.aspx (Hall-Effect vs VR Magnetic)
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    I’m going to go with it then. Thanks for the info, and the article was very informative.

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    You're welcome.
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