You know us as a leader. In 1968, we revolutionized the industry with the first solid-state keyboard combining Hall-effect sensing and associated electronics in a single circuit. These high-speed, extended life sensors are often directly compatible with other electronic circuits, responding to the presence or the interruption of a magnetic field by producing a proportional output.
Today, our line of magnetic sensors includes:
- Linear and angle sensors ICs
- Position sensor ICs
- Speed and direction, speed sensor ICs
- Value-added packaged sensors
Linear and Angle Sensor ICs
Analog output Hall-effect or anisotropic magnetoresistive (AMR) sensor ICs.
MG Series magnets act as actuators for Hall-effect & MR sensor ICs with unipolar or omnipolar magnetic characteristics.
Bipolar Position Sensor ICs
Detect the magnetic field from a permanent magnet or electromagnet and respond to alternating poles (North and South).
Latching Position Sensor ICs
Latch on to an initial pole (North or South) until a magnetic field of sufficient strength of the opposite polarity is brought near the sensor IC.
Omnipolar Position Sensor ICs
Detect the magnetic field from a permanent magnet or electromagnet and respond to either pole (North or South).
Unipolar Position Sensor ICs
Detect the magnetic field from a permanent magnet or electromagnet and respond to a single pole (North or South).
Speed and Direction, Speed Sensor ICs
VM Series detect the speed, direction, and position of a ring magnet encoder target. VF401 senses fine pitch ring magnets. VF526DT provides both speed and direction output. VG481V1 detects the speed of a ferrous gear tooth target wheel.
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