The HAL 810 and the HAL 817 are programmable linear Hall-effect sensors which can be used for angle or distance measurements. The major characteristics are programmable in a non-volatile memory. The HAL 824 and the HAL 825 expand the existing Hall-effect sensor family HAL 8xy. Both high-precision magnetic field sensors provide a ratiometric, linear output signal. This sensor family is designed to fulfill high requirements in respect of low temperature drifts of sensitivity and offset.
The HAL 880 is designed to fulfill the requirements of today’s state-of-the-art applications for linear and angular measurements that require flexibility to compensate system tolerances.
- Contactless potentiometers
- Rotary position measurement
- Linear movement
- Current measurements
- Rotary position measurement, like throttle position or accelerator pedal
- Level measurement
- Linear position detection
- Magnetic field detection
The HAL 85x complement the existing Hall- effect sensor family HAL 8xx. Both universal magnetic field sensors provide an arbitrary output signal. The sensors are produced in submicron CMOS technology.