Tailored solutions for position and current sensing
Digital and analog hall effect sensors are used for position, speed and acceleration detection, object recognition, index counting and more.
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Advance Motor with closed-loop speed control featuring magnetic rotor position sensing
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Accurately measure three phase inverter currents up to 50ARMS (nominal) and 150A (maximum)
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Magnetic sensing indirectly measures the load current by making use of Ampere’s & Faraday’s laws. They measure the magnetic field produced by a current running through a conductor. Due to the non-invasive measurement technique, this method inherently offers high levels of isolation. TI’s magnetic sensors include fluxgate and hall effect sensors, designed to address position and current sensing.