Tailored solutions for position and current sensing
Hall effect sensors are deployed across thousands of applications and are proved to be simple, reliable, and cost effective. Common uses include object detection, motor sensing, position and angular measurement.
Featured hall effect TI Designs
Advance Motor with closed-loop speed control featuring magnetic rotor position sensing
Featured fluxgate TI Designs
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.