Hall effect angle sensors

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The SS361CT and SS461C High Sensitivity Bipolar Latching, Hall-Effect Digital Sensor ICs are small and versatile, hence they are easily operated from a permanent magnet or an electromagnet. Their design is...

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Hallogic Hall-effect Sensors

Features:
• Designed for non-contact switching operations
• Operates over broad range of supply voltages (4.5 V to 24 V)
• Operates with excellent temperature stability in harsh environments
• Drive capability up to 7 TTL loads

Description:
These Hall-effect devices contain a monolithic integrated circuit...

High Reliability Hallogic Hall-Effect Sensors

Features:
• Designed for non-contact switching operations
• Operates over a broad range of supply voltages
• Excellent temperature stability operates in harsh environments
• Suitable for military and space applications
• Processing patterned after class B or S of MIL-STD-883
• Through...

Ratiometric Linear Hall-effect Sensor
OHS3150U

Features:
• Ratiometric linear...

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Hall Effect sensors are a type of semi-conductor that produces a linear voltage output in relation to magnetic field intensity when a constant current is applied to the sensor. Hall Effect sensors are popular in industry for such purposes as sensing rotors of brushless motors and in other applications where contactless sensing...

SH (Indium Antimonide) Hall Effect Sensors

SH Series

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FH (Thin Film Indium Arsenide) Hall Effect Sensors

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GH (Gallium Arsenide) Hall Effect Sensors

GH 600 Series
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