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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
SS445P Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Magnetic Sensors - 1st Level Hall-Effect Sensors SS445P Unipolar, Hall-effect digital position sensor with built-in Pull-up resistor, leaded, flat TO-92-style package, high sensitivity, bulk packaging (1000 units per reel)
SS345PT Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Magnetic Sensors - 1st Level Hall-Effect Sensors SS345PT Unipolar, Hall-effect digital position sensor with built-in pull-up resistor, SOT-23 package, high sensitivity, tape and reel packaging (3000 units per reel)
SS461C Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensing and Control Sensors - Magnetic Sensors - 1st Level Hall-Effect Sensors SS461 High Sensitivity Bipolar Latching Hall-Effect Digital Position Sensor IC, flat TO-92-style package, bulk packaging

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  • A New Sensor ASIC for Changing Magnetic Fields
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  • Low-Frequency Magnetic Transmitter Design (.pdf)
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    . Advanced Acoustic Technology Corp. Specialist in Acoustic Components. Home. Condenser Microphone. Magnetic Buzzer. Piezo Buzzer. Receiver. Speaker. Earphone. Contact. FAQ. Mail us now!!. Test condition makes the impact on the sensitivity of microphone. Generally speaking, the sensitivity
  • Bias and Sensitivity Corrections of Magnetometers (.pdf)
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    of the team at NIST. "The two devices are basically the same, with slightly different magnetic sensitivities. " The research team members have been working on developing the atomic clock for nearly three years. They recently expanded their efforts to explore magnetometer applications as well. The motion

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