DRV5015

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High sensitivity (±2-mT), low voltage (up to 5.5-V) Hall effect latch

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Parameters

Type Latch Supply voltage (Vcc) (Min) (V) 2.5 Supply voltage (Vcc) (Max) (V) 5.5 Operate point (Max) (mT) 2, 3.7 Release point (Min) (mT) -2, -3.7 Output Open drain Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125 open-in-new Find other Hall-effect latches & switches

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SOT-23 (DBZ) 3 7 mm² 2.92 x 2.37 open-in-new Find other Hall-effect latches & switches

Features

  • Digital-latch hall effect sensor
  • High magnetic sensitivity:
    • DRV5015A1: ±0.7 mT (typical)
    • DRV5015A2: ±1.8 mT (typical)
    • DRV5015A3: ±1.8 mT (inverted, typical)
  • Integrated hysteresis
  • Fast 30-kHz sensing bandwidth
  • 2.5-V to 5.5-V operating VCC range
  • Open-drain output capable of 20-mA output current
  • Operating temperature range: –40°C to +125°C

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Description

The DRV5015 is a low-voltage digital-latch Hall effect sensor designed for high-speed and high-temperature motor applications. Operating from a 2.5-V to 5.5-V power supply, the device senses magnetic flux density and presents a digital output based on predefined magnetic thresholds.

Alternating north and south magnetic poles are required to toggle the output and integrated hysteresis provides robust switching.

The device is offered in two magnetic threshold options and an inverted output option. The high magnetic sensitivity provides flexibility in low-cost magnet selection and component placement.

The device performs consistently across a wide ambient temperature range of –40°C to +125°C.

 

 

 

 

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* Datasheet DRV5015 Low-Voltage, High-Sensitivity, Digital-Latch Hall Effect Sensor datasheet (Rev. A) Apr. 11, 2019
Technical article 3 common design pitfalls when designing with Hall-effect sensors – and how to avoid them Jan. 07, 2021
Application note Tiny Hall-effect Latches for Miniature BLDC Motor Designs Aug. 15, 2019
Technical article Invisible but indispensable: The future of sensing is magnetic Nov. 08, 2017

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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 (...)
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  • 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.

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