HALL-EFFECT SENSOR FEATURES RATIOMETRIC ANALOG OUTPUT

TDK-Micronas‘ HAL1880 is an entry-level Hall-effect sensor with ratiometric analog output, offering the best compromise related to sensor function vs system cost.

HALL-EFFECT SENSOR FEATURES RATIOMETRIC ANALOG OUTPUT

It includes programmable clamping to extend error signaling capability and diagnostics associated with the state of various internal circuits (magnetic signal out of range). A one-pin programming interface enables the simultaneous programming of several devices through the output pin.

The HAL1880 is a programmable sensor: major characteristics like magnetic field range, sensitivity, offset, and the temperature coefficients are programmable in nonvolatile memory. The sensor is designed for industrial and automotive applications, is AEC-Q100 qualified, and operates in the junction temperature range from -40°C up to +170°C. It is available in the very small leaded package TO92UA.

Features

  • Overvoltage and reverse-voltage protection at VSUP pin
  • Measurement ranges from ±20 mT to ±160 mT
  • Short-circuit protected push-pull output
  • 5 V supply operation

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