Product details

Type Omnipolar switch, Unipolar switch Supply voltage (Vcc) (Min) (V) 1.65 Supply voltage (Vcc) (Max) (V) 5.5 Operate point (Max) (mT) 3.9, 4.8, 9.5, 63 Release point (Min) (mT) 0.9, 0.5, 3, 30 Output Push-pull output driver, Open-drain Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85
Type Omnipolar switch, Unipolar switch Supply voltage (Vcc) (Min) (V) 1.65 Supply voltage (Vcc) (Max) (V) 5.5 Operate point (Max) (mT) 3.9, 4.8, 9.5, 63 Release point (Min) (mT) 0.9, 0.5, 3, 30 Output Push-pull output driver, Open-drain Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85
SOT-23 (DBZ) 3 7 mm² 2.92 x 2.37 TO-92 (LPG) 3 6 mm² 4 x 1.52 X2SON (DMR) 4 2 mm² 1.4 x 1.1
  • Industry-leading ultra-low power consumption
    • 5-Hz version: 0.54 µA with 1.8 V
    • 20-Hz versions: 1.6 µA with 3 V
  • 1.65-V to 5.5-V operating VCC range
  • Magnetic threshold options (maximum BOP):
    • 3.9 mT, highest sensitivity
    • 4.8 mT, high sensitivity
    • 9.5 mT, medium sensitivity
    • 63 mT, lowest sensitivity
  • Omnipolar and unipolar options
  • 20-Hz and 5-Hz sampling rate options
  • Open-drain and push-pull output options
  • SOT-23, X2SON and TO-92 package options
  • –40°C to +85°C operating temperature range
  • Industry-leading ultra-low power consumption
    • 5-Hz version: 0.54 µA with 1.8 V
    • 20-Hz versions: 1.6 µA with 3 V
  • 1.65-V to 5.5-V operating VCC range
  • Magnetic threshold options (maximum BOP):
    • 3.9 mT, highest sensitivity
    • 4.8 mT, high sensitivity
    • 9.5 mT, medium sensitivity
    • 63 mT, lowest sensitivity
  • Omnipolar and unipolar options
  • 20-Hz and 5-Hz sampling rate options
  • Open-drain and push-pull output options
  • SOT-23, X2SON and TO-92 package options
  • –40°C to +85°C operating temperature range

The DRV5032 device is an ultra-low-power digital-switch Hall effect sensor, designed for the most compact and battery-sensitive systems. The device is offered in multiple magnetic thresholds, sampling rates, output drivers, and packages to accommodate various applications.

When the applied magnetic flux density exceeds the BOP threshold, the device outputs a low voltage. The output stays low until the flux density decreases to less than BRP, and then the output either drives a high voltage or becomes high impedance, depending on the device version. By incorporating an internal oscillator, the device samples the magnetic field and updates the output at a rate of 20 Hz, or 5 Hz for the lowest current consumption. Omnipolar and unipolar magnetic responses are available.

The device operates from a VCC range of 1.65 V to 5.5 V, and is packaged in a standard SOT-23, TO-92 and small X2SON.

The DRV5032 device is an ultra-low-power digital-switch Hall effect sensor, designed for the most compact and battery-sensitive systems. The device is offered in multiple magnetic thresholds, sampling rates, output drivers, and packages to accommodate various applications.

When the applied magnetic flux density exceeds the BOP threshold, the device outputs a low voltage. The output stays low until the flux density decreases to less than BRP, and then the output either drives a high voltage or becomes high impedance, depending on the device version. By incorporating an internal oscillator, the device samples the magnetic field and updates the output at a rate of 20 Hz, or 5 Hz for the lowest current consumption. Omnipolar and unipolar magnetic responses are available.

The device operates from a VCC range of 1.65 V to 5.5 V, and is packaged in a standard SOT-23, TO-92 and small X2SON.

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* Data sheet DRV5032 Ultra-Low-Power Digital-Switch Hall Effect Sensor datasheet (Rev. F) PDF | HTML 10 Feb 2022
White paper Using Hall-Effect Sensors For Contactless Rotary Encoding and Knob Applications PDF | HTML 01 Aug 2022
Application note Position Sensing in Electronic Smart Locks Using Hall-Effect Sensors PDF | HTML 30 Jun 2022
Application note Transition Detection Using Hall-Effect Sensors (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 09 Jun 2022
Technical article 5 common Hall-effect sensor myths 26 Apr 2022
More literature Introduction to Hall-Effect Sensors PDF | HTML 29 Mar 2022
Application note Design Considerations & Measurement Results, Mechanical Hall-Effect Flow Meters PDF | HTML 23 Mar 2022
Application note How Hall-Effect Sensors are Used in Electronic Smart Locks PDF | HTML 23 Mar 2022
Application note Hall-Effect Sensors in Vacuum Robots PDF | HTML 22 Mar 2022
Application note Designing With Hall-Effect Sensors for Rotary Flow Meter Applications PDF | HTML 07 Mar 2022
Application note HMI Rocker Switch With Hall-Effect Switches PDF | HTML 21 Jan 2022
Application note Multi-State Position Selection Using Hall-Effect Sensors PDF | HTML 13 Jan 2022
Application note Two-State Selector Using Hall-Effect Sensors PDF | HTML 01 Dec 2021
User guide HALL-ADAPTER-EVM User's Guide (Rev. C) PDF | HTML 21 Oct 2021
Application note Hall-Effect Sensors in Low-Power Applications (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 15 Oct 2021
Application note Reed Switch Replacement with TI's Hall-effect and Linear 3D Hall-effect Sensors PDF | HTML 13 Oct 2021
Application note Limit Detection for Tamper and End-of-Travel Detection Using Hall-Effect Sensors (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 24 Aug 2021
White paper How to optimize building and home automation designs for energy efficiency 08 Apr 2020
Technical article Understanding tamper detection sensors 18 Nov 2019
Technical article Why current and magnetic sensing matters for wireless earbud design 11 Nov 2019
Application note Designing Single and Multiple Position Switches Using TI Hall Effect Sensors 26 Sep 2019
Technical article Protect battery-powered tools in harsh environments with Hall effect sensors 08 Nov 2018
White paper Achieve greater precision, reliability with magnetic sensing technology 26 Jun 2017
EVM User's guide DRV5032-SOLAR-EVM User's Guide 01 Jun 2017

Design & development

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Evaluation board

DRV5032-SOLAR-EVM — DRV5032 Ultra-Low Power, 1.65V to 5.5V Hall Effect Switch Sensor Evaluation Module

The DRV5032-SOLAR-EVM evaluation module (EVM) is a compact, easy-to-use platform for evaluating the main features and performance of the DRV5032 ultra-low power digital switch Hall Effect sensor across its specified input voltage and temperature ranges. The EVM features an on-board solar (...)
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HALL-ADAPTER-EVM — Hall sensor breakout adapter evaluation module

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Evaluation board

HALL-HMI-ROCKER-EVM — Evaluation module for human machine interface (HMI) rocker switch using Hall-effect switches

HALLROCKER-EVM is designed to evaluate the performance of Hall-effect switches in SOT-23 package in a rocker switch human machine interface (HMI) module. This module shows three different switches in accordance with the designs presented in the HMI Rocker Switch With Hall-Effect Switches (...)
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Evaluation board

HALL-TRIGGER-EVM — Evaluation module for contactless, Hall-effect variable-speed trigger with external field protection

This evaluation module (EVM) uses Hall-effect sensors to implement a trigger that outputs a varying voltage based on how far the trigger is pressed. The EVM uses a contactless approach that reduces wear and tear compared to traditional mechanical-based triggers, thereby improving product lifetime. (...)
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Evaluation board

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The TI LaunchPad™ SensorTag kit offers integrated environmental and motion sensors, multi band wireless connectivity and easy-to-use software for prototyping connected applications. With one kit, developers can easily create connected applications featuring Bluetooth® Low Energy, (...)

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Calculation tool

HALL-PROXIMITY-DESIGN — Magnetic sensing proximity tool

HALL-PROXIMITY-DESIGN is a software tool that facilitates rapid iterative design for magnet and Hall-effect sensor systems.
Calculation tool

Magnetic Sensing Proximity Tool (Rev. F)

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TIDA-060032 — Contactless, Hall-effect variable-speed trigger reference design with external field protection

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Reference designs

TIDA-01066 — Low-Power Door and Window Sensor With Sub-1GHz and 10-Year Coin Cell Battery Life Reference Design

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