Allegro offers the most comprehensive transmission speed sensor portfolio on the market. Using leading Hall and GMR technologies Allegro’s selection includes various output interfaces and protocols, SIP packages with magnet and protection component options, and optional ASIL reporting. Our transmission speed sensors are built with decades of system level expertise, providing industry leading vibration immunity and dynamic air gap capability. And our advanced dynamic algorithms compensate for system level disturbances, guaranteeing stable output in the presence of system anomalies.
Our latest offering is a back biased GMR gear tooth sensor IC for larger air gap performance without the sacrifice of industry leading performance capabilities our sensors are known for in transmission applications. And, with Safety in mind, all of our latest transmission speed sensor ICs are designed to ISO 26262—the first in the market.
The ATS19520 is an advanced Hall-effect transmissions sensor that uses an integrated back-bias magnet to measure the speed and direction of rotating ferrous targets.
The A19520 is an advanced vibration-tolerant Hall-effect integrated circuit (IC) that measures the speed and direction of rotating targets, ideal for transmission applications.
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Allegro MicroSystems giant magnetoresistance (GMR) effect technology offerings build on lessons learned from experience with Hall-effect devices to enable new options for speed sensing system design.Learn More
AN296246 - This application note provides a detailed description of commonly used output protocols implemented in speed sensors. It also lists the benefits and drawbacks of each and provides information on the safety mechanisms these protocols offer to achieve compliance with the latest automotive ...Learn More
AN296250 - This document provides an overview of the phenomena of stray magnetic fields, its various sources, solutions developed to minimize its effects, and product proposals tolerant to stray field perturbations.Learn More
Allegro pioneers the first back-biased GMR Sensor with 50% larger air gaps. This larger air gap operation enables smaller and lighter transmissions that achieve reduced fuel consumption to help meet today's fuel economy standards.Learn More
AN296178 - This application note details the impact of multiple target design parameters on the maximum air gap achievable with Allegro’s ATS692LSH and ATS19520LSN transmission sensors, allowing for measurement of speed and direction of rotating targets.Learn More
AN29622 - This application note is to be used to aid the understanding of these datasheet line items. This specification change can be seen in the A19302 and A19571 datasheets and will continue to be used in many parts that use this technology moving forwardLearn More
Seth Prentice, Strategic Marketing Manager for Allegro MicroSystems Speed Sensor IC group, discusses IC solutions for designing speed sensing applications including automotive transmissions, washing machine drum speeds, and fork lift positioning requiring reliable consistent output signals.Learn More