Flexible, accurate sensor

  • 10-Oct-2008 11:30 EDT
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The HAL 28xy Hall-effect sensors from Micronas include a microcontroller, temperature sensor, advanced on-chip compensation, and digital interface. The microcontroller makes each device more adaptable and more accurate and provides diagnostics for added reliability and ease of service, while the digital interface reduces component and wiring costs. The unit is suited for applications such as seat-track position and fuel-level sensing.

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