Magnetic & Hall effect

A family of sensors allowing to measure linear movements, angles, position, speed...

Honeywell has a few years of experience with these technologies and offers a range that combines performance, reliability and cost.

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VF360NT, VF360NT, VF460S.

high sensitivity latching digital Hall-effect sensor IC

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Qualified to the AEC-Q100 standard for potential use in automotive applications • Fastest response time in its class (1.5 ?s) • Operate from 30 Gauss typical at 25°C [77°F] and 55 Gauss maximum over the full -40°C to 150°C [-40°F to 302°F] temperature range • Latching magnetics • Repeatable magnetics (no jitter) • No additional electronic noise generated by sensor • Non-chopper-stabilized design • VF360NT and VF360ST subminiature SOT-23 surface mount package supplied on tape and reel (3000 units per reel), VF460S flat TO-92-style package (1000 units per bag) • 3 Vdc to 24 Vdc • Built-in reverse polarity protection • RoHS-compliant material May be used in potential transportation applications such as BLDC motor commutation for automotive applications (air input flap to engine, convertible roof position, electronic parking brakes, electronic window lifts and anti-pinch power window systems, HVAC blowers, headlights, power doors, mirrors and tail gates, seat motors, steering, windshield washers and wipers), speed and RPM sensing (motors and fans; tachometer and counter pickup), and flow rate sensing

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