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MX8681R Digi-Key IXYS Integrated Circuits Division Sensors, Transducers IC FLUX SENSOR 12BIT DGTL 8-DFN
MX8683R Digi-Key IXYS Integrated Circuits Division Sensors, Transducers IC FLUX SENSOR 10BIT DGTL 8-DFN

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  • Magnetic Sensors and Timing Applications
    corresponds to the physical object being monitored. Magnetic sensors such as Hall effect and magnetic pickups are candidates for this job. Each, however, must be evaluated for its ability to satisfy the particular requirements of the application. The four types of sensor discussed in this article
  • Low-Field Magnetic Sensing with GMR Sensors
    of individual sensors and arrays being used to. address some of these new areas. Solid state magnetic field sensors have an inherent. advantage in size and power when compared to. INTRODUCTION. search coil, flux gate, and more complicated low-field. sensing techniques such as Superconducting Quantum
  • Magnetic Term Glossary
    Air gap, is a low permeability gap in the flux path of a magnetic circuit. Often air, but inclusive of other materials such as paint, aluminum, etc. Anisotropy, Literally means having different properties depending on the inspected direction. Magnets which are anisotropic, or have an easy axis
  • A New Sensor ASIC for Changing Magnetic Fields
    , and ultimately to the compass display. The new ASIC and sensor combination is unusual in that it eliminates a lot of complex analog processing. It does not require the high current pulse often associated with magnetic sensors. In fact, low power requirements allow the ASIC to operate off a button battery
  • Magnetic Sensing
    Magnetic sensors detect moving ferrous metal. The simplest magnetic sensor consists of a wire coiled around a permanent magnet. A ferrous object approaching the sensor changes magnetic flux through the coil, generating a voltage at the coil terminals. Magnetic pickups sense linear or rotary motion
  • Magnetic Unit
    Magnet ball Magnetic Filter Magnetic tubes Magnetic separator Water magnetic filter Oil magnetic filter Magnetic chuck Magnetic Rotor Rotor Parts Shaft parts assembly Magnetic coupling Magnetic Sensor Name card Magnetic stationery Magnetic hook Door catcher Magnetic cup
  • Sensor Sense: Magnetic inductive flowmeters
    Faraday's law of induction states that a conductor moving through magnetic flux induces an electromotive force in the conductor. In layman's terms, a wire generates a voltage as it moves through a magnetic field. The amount of voltage generated depends on the strength of the magnetic field
  • Current Sensor Info.
    Open Loop Operating Principle In a hall effect-based current sensor, the magnetic flux, proportional tothe primary current, is concentrated in gapped magnetic corecontaining the hall effect device (Fig. 1). The primary current ismeasured without electrical contact with the primary circuit

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