Automotive, high voltage (up to 38V), high bandwidth (30-kHz) Hall effect latch


Product details


Type Latch Supply voltage (Vcc) (Min) (V) 2.7 Supply voltage (Vcc) (Max) (V) 38 Operate point (Max) (mT) 3.4, 5, 9, 18 Release point (Min) (mT) -3.4, -5, -9, -18 Output Open drain Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125, -40 to 150 open-in-new Find other Hall-effect latches & switches

Package | Pins | Size

SOT-23 (DBZ) 3 7 mm² 2.92 x 2.37 TO-92 (LPG) 3 6 mm² 4 x 1.52 open-in-new Find other Hall-effect latches & switches


  • AEC-Q100 Qualified for Automotive Applications:
    • Device HBM ESD Classification Level 2
    • Device CDM ESD Classification Level C4B
    • Grade 1: TA = –40°C to 125°C (Q, See Device Nomenclature)
    • Grade 0: TA = –40°C to 150°C (E, See Device Nomenclature)
  • Digital Bipolar-Latch Hall Sensor
  • Superior Temperature Stability
    • BOP ±10% Over Temperature
  • Multiple Sensitivity Options (BOP / BRP)
    • 1.3 / –1.3 mT (FA, see Device Nomenclature)
    • 2.7 / –2.7 mT (AD, see Device Nomenclature)
    • 6 / –6 mT (AG, see Device Nomenclature)
    • 12 / –12 mT (BC, see Device Nomenclature)
  • Supports a Wide Voltage Range
    • 2.7 to 38 V
    • No External Regulator Required
  • Open-Drain Output (30-mA Sink)
  • Fast 35-µs Power-On Time
  • Small Package and Footprint
    • Surface Mount 3-Pin SOT-23 (DBZ)
      • 2.92 mm × 2.37 mm
    • Through-Hole 3-Pin TO-92 (LPG)
      • 4.00 mm × 3.15 mm
  • Protection Features
    • Reverse Supply Protection (up to –22 V)
    • Supports up to 40-V Load Dump
    • Output Short-Circuit Protection
    • Output Current Limitation
    • OUT Short to Battery Protection
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The DRV5013-Q1 device is a chopper-stabilized Hall Effect Sensor that offers a magnetic sensing solution with superior sensitivity stability over temperature and integrated protection features.

The magnetic field is indicated via a digital bipolar latch output. The IC has an open-drain output stage with 30-mA current sink capability. A wide operating voltage range from 2.7 to 38 V with reverse polarity protection up to –22 V makes the device suitable for a wide range of automotive applications.

Internal protection functions are provided for reverse supply conditions, load dump, and output short circuit or over current.







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* Data sheet DRV5013-Q1 Automotive Digital-Latch Hall Effect Sensor datasheet (Rev. H) Aug. 28, 2018
Application note Incremental Rotary Encoders (Rev. A) Jun. 24, 2021
Technical article What is a Hall-effect sensor? May 17, 2021
Technical article 3 common design pitfalls when designing with Hall-effect sensors – and how to avoid them Jan. 07, 2021
Functional safety information DRV5013-Q1 Functional Safety FIT Rate, FMD and Pin FMA (Rev. A) Mar. 26, 2020
Application note Power Gating Systems with Magnetic Sensors (Rev. A) Sep. 07, 2017
Technical article Why are you still driving automotive motors with relays? Jul. 13, 2017
Technical article Measuring wheels in motion Apr. 24, 2015
Application note Understanding and Applying Hall Effect Sensor Datasheets Jun. 26, 2014

Design & development

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Hardware development

document-generic User guide
Speed up your switch, latch and linear Hall sensor prototyping and testing with the HALL-ADAPTER-EVM, which provides a fast, easy and inexpensive way to interface with small ICs. You can connect any supported Hall sensor using the included Samtec terminal strips or wire them directly to existing (...)
  • Evaluation of most Hall sensor devices from TI, including SOT-23, TO-92, X2SON, and more.
  • Standard breakout footprint for easy breadboard prototyping.
  • Magnet included.

Reference designs

Small-Footprint Sunroof Motor Module Reference Design
TIDA-01389 — This reference design is a small-footprint motor control module intended for sunroof and window-lift applications. This design uses the DRV8703-Q1 gate driver with an integrated current-shunt amplifier alongside two dual-package automotive-qualified MOSFETs to create a very small power-stage (...)
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Automotive Hall Sensor Rotary Encoder
TIDA-00480 This is an incremental rotary encoder that uses contactless magnetic sensing to detect rotational speed and direction.  The two Hall Effect sensors measure the 66-pole ring magnet and output two signals in quadrature.  This automotive-qualified solution is a low-cost and far more reliable (...)
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Automotive 48-V, 1-kW Motor Drive Reference Design
TIDA-00281 TIDA-00281 is a 3-phase brushless DC (BLDC) motor drive designed to operate in 48-V automotive applications. The board is designed to drive motors in the 1-kW range and can handle currents up to 30 A. The design includes analog circuits working in conjunction with a C2000 LaunchPad to spin a 3-phase (...)
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Automotive 12-V, 200-W (20-A) BLDC Motor Drive Reference Design
TIDA-00901 This is a three-phase brushless DC motor drive designed to operate in 12-V automotive applications such as HVAC blowers. This reference design drives motors in the 200-W range and can handle currents up to 20 A. Utilizing either sensorless operation or external hall-effect sensors, the (...)
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Single Phase Brushless DC (BLDC) with Brushed Motor Driver Reference Design
TIDA-00875 TIDA-00875 demonstrates how to reconfigure existing brushed motor drivers to control single phase brushless (BLDC) motors. The DRV8801 and DRV8701 are used to control a single phase BLDC motor. The DRV8801 design controls the motor at 100% duty cycle. When the device is powered up, the motor runs (...)
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