26 J(ust an old Cowboy)D 11 months ago Tim, if you can find the "specs" of that sensor, you may be able to find an industrial sensor that could would. Yes, custom mounting would be needed for it.These types of sensors are pretty basic, as they just send a signal out when a magnet passes within its' range. The key is the distance from the face of the sensor to the face of the hub with the magnets.Max pulse rate is also important, but probably not an issue, as most sensors can read at an extremely fast rate.The only other spec needed is whether the sensor's output is PNP or NPN. I'm guessing that it's PNP. Some sensor's are one or the other only, and some are both. Wiring diagrams/specs of new sensors will state what it is.Most sensors will have the same "function" capability, but the issue is the "form/fit", which OEMs love so it can't easily be replaced. They love making a goofy housing that snaps in place on the application.Bottom line, there's probably an industrial unit out there, but you'll need some specs to get a unit with the same function. Depending on space limitations of where the sensor is mounted, a threaded barrel type sensor may work. I would definitely look at either a stainless steel/washdown capable unit, however there are plastic units that can meet this spec too.Now wiring, you'll have to reuse your connector/plug that is on the OEM unit. You probably already knew this stuff, but just trying to help out some. Best of luck with this situation.