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 ALS31000 and A31004 Unidirectional Linear Hall-Effect Sensor ICs are an ideal solution for use in automotive and industrial applications requiring high accuracy, and operation across an extended temperature range.
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.了解更多
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.了解更多
Joysticks are widely used human–machine interfaces (HMI) that simultaneously report information on direction and amplitude. Stick tracking is realized by use of a magnet and a magnetic position sensor. This document explains how to implement a 2D or 3D magnetic sensor to obtain a joystick with a ...了解更多