The ACS70310 and the ACS70311 are the highest accuracy programmable linear Hall-Effect sensor ICs with reverse battery protection and 240 kHz bandwidth output for core-based current sensing
The ACS37612 is a standalone Hall-based coreless current sensor that measures currents from 200A to >1000A without requiring a magnetic concentrator core or a shield.
This application note describes multiple methods for measuring and characterizing system bandwidth, with a focus on the impulse response method. Allegro’s ACS720 is the perfect device to validate the test methods outlined here.Learn More
This application note will describe the use of the new high current ACS772 Hall-effect current sensor integrated circuit (IC) from Allegro MicroSystems and will give an overview of its features and improvements from previous Allegro high-current sensors.Learn More
As safety goals multiply throughout the system design process, customers demand smart sensors that can be used to diagnose abnormalities in a system. The built-in Self-Test mode of the A1365 grants users such insight into their systems.Learn More