Hall effect is seen when a conductor is passed through a uniform magnetic field. A Hall effect sensor is a device that is used to measure the magnitude of a magnetic field. Its output voltage is directly proportional to the magnetic field strength through it. It is used for proximity sensing, positioning, speed detection, and current sensing applications.
Current and Voltage, Hall Sensor
ACS758LCB-050B Hall-Effect-Based Linear Current Sensor ICSKU: 559742
- Integrated shield greatly reduces capacitive coupling from the current conductor to die due to high dV/dt signals, and prevents offset drift in high-side, high-voltage applications.
- Total output error improvement through gain and offset trim over temperature.
- Small package size, with easy mounting capability.
- Monolithic Hall IC for high reliability.
- Output voltage proportional to AC or DC currents.
- Factory-trimmed for accuracy.
- Extremely stable output offset voltage.
- Nearly zero magnetic hystereses.
Linear Magnetic Hall sensorSKU: 31325
- Operating Voltage: 3.3V-5V
- Features wide range voltage comparator LM393
- Adjustable sensitivity
- Signal output indicator with the retaining bolt hole, convenient installation
- Output form digital switch output (0 and 1 high and low level)
- The output effective signal is low level
- When there is sound, outputs low level and the signal light
SeeedStudio Grove Hall Sensor (GD)SKU: 598302
- Supply voltage: 3.8 V to 24 V (typical 5 V)
- Supply current: 4.1 mA to 24 mA
- Operating temperature: -40 to 85 ºC
- 400ns transition period for rise and fall.
- Continuous-time hall effect sensor
- Reverse battery protection
- Grove compatible interface