Hall Effect Sensor (AH3601) , CMOS Technology Sensor, Magnetic Sensor, Bipolar Sensor,
The hall-effect switch is designed for magnetic actuation using a bipolar magnetic field, I. E., a north-southalternating field, and they are designed to operate continuously over extended temperatures to +100° C, theycombine extreme magnetic sensitivity with excellent stability over varying temperature and supply voltage. Thehigh sensitivity permits their use with multi-pole ring magnets over relatively large distances.
Each device includes a voltage regulator, quadratic hal voltage generator, temperature stability circuit, signalamplifier, schmitt trigger, and open-collector output on a single silicon chip. The on-board regulator permitsoperation with supply voltages of 2.5 to 18 v. The switch output can sink up to 15 ma. with suitable output pull up, they can be used directly with bipolar or MOS logic circuits.
Features typical applications
Wide supply voltage range
Fast response time
Wide frequency and temperature range
Long operating life
Small size, convenient installing
Output compatible with al digital logic families
Absolute maximum rating
Brushless DC motor.
Bipolar Latch Hall Effect IC
|AH3031||TO92, SOT 23-3L||4.5-24||6-12||0.2-0.4||<10||50||4||-4||3||10|
|AH3075||TO92, SOT 23-3L||50||10||-10||12||26|
|Note 1: Unit is Millitesla, 1 mT=10 Gs|
|Note 2: When the magnetic field S pole perpendicular points to the mark of the product front, the field is defined as B> 0.|
|Note 3: AH3012 (AH512) has a 12kΩ ~ 18kΩ pull-up resistor between the power supply and output.|
|Note 4: Re M-type (SOT23-3L) products, its working magnetic field of is subject to N pole.|
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