What is a Hall Effect sensor? Starting with American physicist Edwin Hall in 1879, we explain the history of this sensor type and explain how it can be used in modern industries such as transportation, manufacturing, and more.
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Sensor Solutions has added again to our ever expanding sensor options. Based on demand from several OEM applications we are now offering application specific programmed directional speed switches and speed sensors. These sensors can be programmed to monitor gears and other targets and provide feedback dependent on both the speed and the direction of a target moving in front of the sensors.
Beyond offering a catalog of 6000+ Hall Effect Switches, Gear Tooth Sensors, and other magnetic sensors Sensor Solutions is an Original Equipment Manufacturer of custom sensors for many applications. We also specialize in manufacturing OEM replacement sensors for applications where the original sensor is either no longer available, is not well suited, or is too expensive. In this application note you can find more information of on our custom sensor capabilities as well as guidelines for the information to provide when starting a custom sensor project.
Chopper stabilization is an electronic offset correction technique used on many Hall Effect sensors. The Hall Effect bridge element is sensitive to both magnetic fields, and to mechanical stresses put on the element. Mechanical stresses can come from molding the element into its IC…
Replacing A Speed Sensor Isn't Easy:
A guide to finding replacement magnetic field sensors in the Sensor Solutions Catalog.
Magnetic field sensors are commonly used for non-contact speed measurement. Determining a replacement that will work in a specific application can be difficult.…