Hall-effect sensor

  • 10-Oct-2008 09:20 EDT
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The HAL880 programmable linear Hall-effect sensor from Micronas uses digital technology to deliver superior sensor performance while offering a linear analog output for compatibility with existing sensor designs. The device uses a digital signal processor to perform sensor linearization and can compensate for the variations in Hall effect due to operating temperature, magnetic field strength, magnet temperature, Hall-plate sensitivity, and offset voltage. Applications include pedal position sensing, headlight-adjustment systems, and other applications requiring linear or angular position sensing as well as current sensing.

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