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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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