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Parts by Number for Flux Sensor Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
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
MG911F5 PLC Radwell Transmagnetics Sensors & Switches, Flow Meter SENSOR TURBO MAG-FLUX 360PSIG PLATINUM ZIRCON OXID
02-0328 ASAP Semiconductor KVH INDUSTRIES Not Provided sensor flux gate KVH SE-15

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  • Neodymium-Iron-Boron Magnets:Flexibility in Sensor Design
    material cost. Increased Magnetic Field. Figure 3. Three common angular position sensors use magnets in different ways (magnets are shown in black and elements in green). An interrupter vane (right) periodically diverts flux from the sensor element as it rotates. A toothed gear wheel (top left
  • 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
  • Reed Switch and Reed Sensor Applications (.pdf)
    is required in a Reed. or be within its influence. Keep in mind, magnetic flux Sensor application. The Reed Switch in most cases,. lines prefer to travel in ferromagnetic material, which in once closed will switch the load you require. effect, will have a shunting effect on the magnetic field. www.meder.com
  • Inertial Sensor Theory 101
    is typically ±1.0%, but can be improved to ± 0.10% where required. For servo accelerometers, the scale factor temperature sensitivity is primarily a function of the torquer magnet thermal characteristics. For most sensors, higher temperature causes lower magnet flux density and; therefore
  • Wired Humidity Sensor Application Notes
    contaminations inside the. a. s. c. o. p. y. r. i. g. h. t. active area of the sensor. o. f. t. h. e. e. c. h. a. n. i. c. a. l. d. i. m. a. c. c. e. p. t. e. d. •. Soldering flux residues on the outside of the sensor’s active area are not critical. m. i. l. b. e. w. c. o. n. s. e. n. t. a. n. d.
  • Handling guideline wired humidity sensor
    contaminations inside the. a. s. c. o. p. y. r. i. g. h. t. active area of the sensor. o. f. t. h. e. e. c. h. a. n. i. c. a. l. d. i. m. a. c. c. e. p. t. e. d. •. Soldering flux residues on the outside of the sensor’s active area are not critical. m. i. l. b. e. w. c. o. n. s. e. n. t. a. n. d.
  • SMD Humidity Sensor Application Notes
    soldering, no flux or solder must. touch the sensitive area. •. The sensor must not be exposed to mechanical stress, e.g. bending or touching with sharp-edged objects. •. The transport of the sensor is only possible using a suction tool at its backside, at the contact pads or its. outer run
  • Magnetic Sensors and Timing Applications
    and the rate of change of the magnetic field: eg = n dF / dt where: n = number of turns in the coil dF = rate of change in magnetic flux dt = rate of change in time Figure 2 illustrates the voltage waveforms generated when a target passes in front of the sensor. The first tooth in the target

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