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Supplier: Newark / element14
Description: Hall Effect Sensor; Input Current Max:7mA; Leaded Process Compatible:Yes; Optocoupler Output Type:Transistor; Output Voltage Max:25V
- Sensor Type: Proximity Sensor
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
Supplier: Advanced Power Electronics Corp. USA
Description: The APE9101/A-HF-3 is a three-terminal Hall Effect sensor device with an output driver, mainly designed for battery operated hand-held equipment (such as cellular and cordless phones, PDAs). After power-on, the APE9101/A-HF-3 will detect and setup the operating pole (North or South) to avoid
- Transistor Type / Technology: Other
- Package Type: SOT25
Supplier: Microchip Technology, Inc.
Description: characteristics, while requiring no external tuning from the user. Speed control can be achieved through either power supply modulation or pulse-width-modulation (using the PWM digital input pin). Due to the compact packaging and minimum bill-of-material (power transistors incorporated, no Hall sensor
- Drive Type: DC Brushless Motor
- Application Categories: PWM Drive
- AC Input Phase: Three Phase
- AC Input Frequency: Other
Supplier: ROHM Semiconductor, USA LLC
Description: This controller synthesizes the optimal driving signal from hall sensor signals, and outputs the synthesized signal to control the external level shifter and power transistor. The replacement is also easy because of the almost pin compatible with BD62011FS, BD62012FS and BD62014FS
- Driver Type: Three-phase
- IC Package Type: SSOP, Other
- Screening Level: Commercial
- Packing Method: Tape Reel
Supplier: AI-TEK Instruments, LLC
Description: AI-Tek has taken its years of experience of designing and manufacturing Hall Effect sensors for engine timing applications and has developed a line of durable products for industrial use. With multiple standard variations we offer the widest range of standard catalog sensors to meet your various
- Sensor Technology: Hall Effect
- Power Requirements: DC Powered
- Output: Frequency
- Body Shape: Cylindrical
Supplier: TRINAMIC Motion Control GmbH & Co. KG.
Description: transistor RDSon hallFX™ sensorless back EMF commutation emulates hall sensors Integrated Break-before-Make logic: No special microcontroller PWM hardware required EMV optimized current controlled gate drivers Overcurrent / Short to GND and undervoltage protection and diagnostics integrated
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Linear Integrated Systems, Inc.
LSK 489 Low-Noise, Low-Capacitance Dual N-Ch JFET
intermodulation distortion. . “The slightly higher noise of the LSK489, versus the LSK389 (0.5 nano volts), is not significant in most instances, while the much lower capacitance enables designers to produce simpler, more elegant circuit designs with fewer devices that cost less in production, ” Hall said. “Though the cascode is an effective technique for compensating for some undesirable transistor characteristics, the downside of using it is in higher circuit noise.  ... (read more)
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Stainless Steel Speed Sensors for Corrosive Areas
Electro-Sensors' Series 18 speed sensors function by detecting passing magnets from a shaft-mounted pulser disc or wrap and output a voltage pulse frequency proportional to the shaft rotation speed. All models operate down to (and including) zero speed. Series 18 sensors are compatible with PLC inputs, tachometers and a wide range of frequency meters. Hall Effect or Magnetoresistive sensors available. Single channel or quadrature signaling. NPN or PNP transistor outputs available. Rugged... (read more)
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|MTD6502B||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Not Provided||characteristics, while requiring no external tuning from the user. Speed control can be achieved through either power supply modulation or pulse-width-modulation (using the PWM digital input pin). Due to the compact packaging and minimum bill-of-material (power transistors incorporated, no Hall sensor...|
|MTD6501G||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Microchip Technology, Inc.||Not Provided||characteristics, while requiring no external tuning from the user. Speed control can be achieved through either power supply modulation or pulse-width-modulation (using the PWM digital input pin). Due to the compact packaging and minimum bill-of-material (power transistors incorporated, no Hall sensor...|
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Using a Brushless DC Motor Torque Amplifier for a Brushed DC Motor Application
Using a brushless DC motor (BLDC) torque amplifier to drive a DC brushed motor is. straight forward once a few things are realized about the characteristics of the amplifier. For a BLDC controller that uses hall devices in the motor for commutation, there are six. steps in the commutation sequence
Magnetic Sensors and Timing Applications
comparator, and an output transistor. The output of the Hall effect device is AC coupled to remove the large DC offset voltage caused by the sensor’s internal magnet. single Hall effect element in the front of the sensor, back biased with a permanent magnet, is the source of the basic electrical
What are Brushless DC Motors and how do they work?
. The drawbacks of Encoders are its thermal rating limitations, reliability, and the necessity of initialization to set counters in accordance with rotor position at start-up. Hall Effect Sensors are most commonly used in BLDC Motors. A Hall switch is a transistor which will conduct current
HBT Epitaxial Material Matching and Qualification for High Volume Production
qualification. CONVENTIONAL APPROACH FOR EPI MATCHING. A. Limitations to SIMS matching. In the compound semiconductor material growth industry,. epi suppliers rely on characterization techniques such as,. Double Crystal X-Ray Diffraction (DCXRD), Hall. measurements, and Photoluminescence (PL
Sensorless Field Oriented Control of PMSM Motors using dsPIC30F or dsPIC33F Digital Signal Controllers
the DSCs help avoid overflows by offering hardware next position, then the motor is commutated to the next saturation protection. step. Hall sensors determine the rotor position to elec- DSCs need fast and flexible analog-to-digital (A/D) tronically commutate the motor. Advanced sensorless conversion
Sensorless Brushless DC Motor Reference Design
of the. commutation and apply a PWM signal to only the commutation table. A pulse-width modulated signal is. bottom transistors as shown in Table 1. Depending on applied to phase A, phase B is driven high, and. the position of the motor and the Hall effect code, the phase C is open. The back EMF that we
Medical Device Link . Electrochemical biosensors for affinity assays
," Bittar E, Danielson B, and B ulow L (eds), Biochemical Technology Series, vol 15B, Greenwich, CT, JAI Press, pp 353 363, 1996. 5. Hall EAH, "Biosensors in Context," in Biosensors, Hall EAH (ed), Buckingham, Open University Press, pp 6 7, 1990. 6. Bard AJ, and Faulkner LR, Electrochemical
Integrated Drive Electronics for Brushless DC Motors
the circumference. As. the rotor turns, the shaft's poles pass each of three Hall-effect sensors (usually mounted in or around the. stator structure), where they sense the polarity of the permanent magnet field in the air gap. These. sensors read the motor's rotor position and enable the amplifier to switch
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