The APS11700 and APS11760 family of micropower Hall-effect switches are AEC-Q100 qualified for 24 V automotive applications and compliant with ISO 26262:2011 ASIL A.
The A3213 and A3214 integrated circuits are ultra-sensitive, pole independent Hall-effect switches with a latched digital output. They are especially suited for operation in battery-operated, hand-held equipment such as cellular and cordless telephones, pagers, and palmtop computers.
The A1266 integrated circuit is an ultrasensitive Hall-effect switch with 3D omnipolar magnetic actuation. The single silicon chip includes: three Hall plates, multiplexer, small-signal amplifier, chopper stabilization, Schmitt trigger, and NMOS output transistors. The device outputs turn on when a ...
The ever-evolving requirements of the automotive, industrial, and commercial markets for increased reliability and functionality will continue to drive demand for electronic content, including non-contact magnetic sensor ICs with diagnostics.Learn More
This application guide will outline the differences between the two sensor types and provide system designers with the tools needed in order to select the appropriate sensor for their system.Learn More