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Sensitive switch MH04 Series
single-poleHall effectrugged

sensitive switch
sensitive switch
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Characteristics

Type
sensitive
Number of poles
single-pole
Other characteristics
Hall effect
Protection level
rugged
Current

2 mA

Voltage

3 V

Description

MH04 series Hall Effect Sensor are packaged in a screw fastened flange mount rectangular housing with cable terminals. MH04 hall sensor custom options include: output- switch, latch, etc., high temperature resistance, package design and much more. Also available in a micro-power version that operate on 2.5-3.5 V battery voltage with only 5μA average supply current vs. the industry average of 5 mA. Our MH04 series Hall Effect Sensor series offer solid state reliability, low power consumption, and consistent activation points over a wide temperature range in a rugged and environmentally isolated package. Notes: Add external pull-up resistor (RL) for sinking output between VCC and VOUT. Add external bypass capacitor (CBYP) close to the sensor to reduce external noise as needed. Specifications Function Type - S (Switch), L (Latch) Standard S, L, Micro-power Switch only Sensing Range - Operate|Release Standard (S) 95G|70G, (L) 22G|-23G, Micro-power 37G|31G Voltage Supply Standard 3-24V, Micro-power 2.5-3.5V Current Supply Standard 4mA, Micro-power 2mA Output Leakage Current Max. Standard 10μA, Micro-power 1μA Output On Voltage Typ. Standard 185mV, Micro-power 100 mV Chopping Frequency Typ. Standard 800kHz, Micro-power 340kHz Operating Temperature -40 to 85C (Higher temp. versions available) Applications Standex Hall Effect Sensor products are ideal in limited space requirements, surface mount, speed sensor – fast response, and much more….

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