The ATS344 device is a high-precision, back-biased programmable Hall-effect linear sensor integrated circuit (IC) with a configurable current-mode pulse-width-modulated output, for both automotive and non-automotive applications.
The ALS31300 three-axis linear Hall-effect sensor IC provides 12-bit digital output words that are proportional to the strength of the field present in each of the X, Y, and Z axes. The quiescent output value (zero magnetic field applied) is at mid-scale.
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
In safety-critical magnetic sensing applications, such as torque sensing in electronic power steering (EPS) modules, redundant sensors are often the approach used to achieve desired performance while maintaining strict safety requirements.Learn More
This application note aims to give insight on typical use of the Allegro ATS344LSP back-biased differential linear sensor IC. The main application of this sensor is to measure linear movements, such as shaft axial displacement.Learn More