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Magnetic Latch/Switch Family With Lateral Sensitivity

Melexis has made a major advance in magnetic sensing technology that will have widespread implications for modern automobile design. Its latest product - the MLX92292 - effectively represents a whole new way of sensing. This device delivers switch and latch functions, but unlike existing products on the market it can determine the presence of magnetic fields that are lateral, not just orthogonal...

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Magnetic position sensors enable very high accuracy at high rotation speeds

ams AG (Unterpremstaetten, Austria) introduced a new series of magnetic position sensors featuring a breakthrough technology capable of producing extremely accurate angle measurements of rotors spinning at high speed.

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Two-wire Hall effect switches are reprogrammable

Melexis Technologies NV (Tessenderlo, Belgium) announced the introduction of its MLX92242 Hall effect switch/latch IC. These highly integrated devices contain a voltage regulator (supporting a wide operating voltage range), as well as Hall sensing element and a current sink-configured output driver.

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Digital hall-effect sensor ICs include built-in pull-up resistors

Honeywell Sensing and Control’s SS360PT and SS460P high sensitivity latching Hall-effect sensor ICs with built-in pull-up resistors are suitable for demanding, cost-sensitive high-volume applications, such as commuting brushless DC motors used for medical equipment and appliances as well as for

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Factory programmable digital Hall effect sensors promise custom solutions at off-the-shelf prices

Melexis Technologies NV introduced two parts to its programmable digital Hall effect sensor line. The MLX92231 and MLX92211 feature EEPROM memory, allowing magnetic switching thresholds to be configured (including hysteresis). Both are factory pre-programmed to precise Hall effect switch or latch

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Hall effect sensor IC targeted at advanced technology vehicles

Melexis has announced a further addition to its customer programmable TriaxisHall effect sensor IC portfolio. Targeted predominantly at use in electric vehicles (EVs), hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and renewable energy systems, the high speed devices in the MLX91208 series each offer a response time of just 3μs.

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Linear hall IC includes a programmable sensitivity range from 5 to 150mV/mT

Measuring electrical current in a conductor is critical to many systems. Classic measurement techniques use shunt resistors, current transformers or magnetic field sensors. Hall effect sensors are frequently the choice when measuring DC currents. However the new, improved MLX91209CA can be applied in all current sensing situations.

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Sensor family features 0.18 micron mixed signal & analog technology

MagnaChip Semiconductor announced a full range of “MXsensor” intelligent sensor product families featuring 0.18 micron mixed signal & analog technology with low power consumption. The MXsensor families target the growing market for applications ranging from smartphone, tablet, and navigation to medical devices.

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Non-contact power steering torque sensor saves fuel

TT electronics’ new non-contact power steering torque sensor uses less current and is smaller and lighter than existing solutions, helping to make electronic power steering systems more compact, reliable and efficient. Designed to sense very small differential angles, the new TT electronics SX-4428 Magnetorque II non-contact steering torque sensor is based on Hall Effect technology.

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