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  • Using a Magnetic 3D Sensor in a Gear Stick Application
    A magnetic 3D sensor is well suitable for a detection of the position of the gear stick. The "State-of-the-art" solution with up to 6 single hall switches can be replaced by one 3D sensor.
  • Application: Convertible Roof Limit Position Sensor (.pdf)
    Convertible roof position whether open or closed require a magnetic proximity sensor to turn off the roof motor. The reed sensor can reliably sense both end positions and activate or deactivate the motor.
  • Low power 3D magnetic sensing
    The new 3D magnetic sensor TLV493D-A1B6 offers accurate three-dimensional sensing with extremely low power consumption in a small six-pin package. With magnetic field detection in the x, y, and z directions, the sensor reliably measures three-dimensional, linear and rotation movements. Applications
  • Application: Door Sensor-Fire, Safety Exit (.pdf)
    Normally reed sensors require a reed sensor and a magnet to carry out the sensing function. However, almost all emergency doors must be made of steel or a steel alloy. This steel interferes with the magnetic field shunting it from the reed sensor, thereby eliminating its usage in these applications.
  • Application: Battery Deactivation Controlled by a Reed Sensor (.pdf)
    that exist in any car. These leakage currents would drain the battery, leaving the new owner with a car that won't start. MEDER designers working with automotive engineers have solved these leakage current issues by using a magnetic Reed Sensor.
  • Analog Sensor Conditioning Circuits - An Overview
    Analog sensors produce a change in an electrical property to indicate a change in its environment. This change in electrical property needs to be conditioned by an analog circuit before conversion to digital. Further processing occurs in the digital domain but is not addresses in this application
  • Application Note: Speed Sensing (.pdf)
    Speed sensing can be achieved with a variety of approaches. One solution is to use a ferrous metal gear target with a geartooth sensor. The geartooth passes by the sensor face which concentrates the magnetic flux from the bias magnet in the sensor. The sensor detects the change in the flux level
  • Application: SME Fluid Level, Pressure, and Flow Sensors
    The desire for more information and convenience, along with worldwide water and energy conservation initiatives, has led to a flurry of new fluid level magnetic and conductive sensor designs. Appliances are the number one adopter of the technology, with HVAC (condensate level sensing

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