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Magnetic sensors enable on-off, hibernate via distance, angle

Posted: 11 Nov 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:magnetic sensor? open-close mechanism? hibernate? flux?

The TCS11 and TCS10 series, consisting of 9 additional sensors, are designed for applications that can use different levels of magnetic flux. The sensors feature magnetic flux sensitivity of 2.5mT (max.) for the BON detection level and 0.3mT (min.) for the BOFF release level, with a low average power consumption current of 8.5?A (typ.) and an operating voltage of range from 2.3 to 3.6V. They are available in five-pin UFV packages measuring 2.0x 2.1x0.7mm.

The three devices in the TCS11 series are inverted output, open-drain. The TCS11SLU detects south polarity, the TCS11NLU detects north polarity and the TCS11DLU detects both poles.

The TCS10 series consists of three sensors with push-pull output and three with open-drain output. In the push-pull output group, the TCS10SPU detects south polarity, the TCS10NPU detects north polarity while the TCS10DPU detects both poles. In the open-drain digital output group, the TCS10SLU detects south polarity, the TCS10NLU detects north polarity and the TCS10DLU detects both poles.

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