High voltage (up to 38V), linear hall effect sensor


Product details


Product type Bipolar Supply voltage (Vcc) (Min) (V) 2.5 Supply voltage (Vcc) (Max) (V) 38 Accuracy (%) 70 Rating Catalog Output 0.2 V to 1.8 V Sensitivity (Typ) (mV/mT) -11, -23, -45, -90, +23, +45 Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125 open-in-new Find other Linear Hall-effect sensors

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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 Linear Hall-effect sensors


  • Linear Output Hall Sensor
  • Superior Temperature Stability
    • Sensitivity ±10% Over Temperature
  • High Sensitivity Options:
    • –11 mV/mT (OA, See Figure 17)
    • –23 mV/mT (PA)
    • –45 mV/mT (RA)
    • –90 mV/mT (VA)
    • +23 mV/mT (CA)
    • +45 mV/mT (EA)
  • Supports a Wide Voltage Range
    • 2.5 to 38 V
    • No External Regulator Required
  • Wide Operating Temperature Range
    • TA = –40 to 125°C (Q, see Figure 17)
  • Amplified Output Stage
    • 2.3-mA Sink, 300 µA Source
  • Output Voltage: 0.2 ~ 1.8 V
    • B = 0 mT, OUT = 1 V
  • Fast Power-On: 35 µs
  • 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

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The DRV5053 device is a chopper-stabilized Hall IC that offers a magnetic sensing solution with superior sensitivity stability over temperature and integrated protection features.

The 0- to 2-V analog output responds linearly to the applied magnetic flux density, and distinguishes the polarity of magnetic field direction. A wide operating voltage range from 2.5 to 38 V with reverse polarity protection up to –22 V makes the device suitable for a wide range of industrial and consumer applications.

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

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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet DRV5053 Analog-Bipolar Hall Effect Sensor datasheet (Rev. C) Dec. 30, 2015
User guides HALL-ADAPTER-EVM User's Guide (Rev. A) Apr. 20, 2020
Technical articles Driving industrial innovation with small-size sensors Sep. 12, 2019
Application notes Linear Hall Effect Sensor Angle Measurement Theory, Implementation (Rev. A) Aug. 23, 2018
Technical articles You can be an electromechanical engineer Nov. 10, 2017
Technical articles Invisible but indispensable: The future of sensing is magnetic Nov. 08, 2017
Application notes Incremental Rotary Encoder Design Considerations Sep. 27, 2017
Application notes Power Gating Systems with Magnetic Sensors (Rev. A) Sep. 07, 2017
White papers Achieve greater precision, reliability with magnetic sensing technology Jun. 26, 2017
Technical articles Trends in building automation: connected sensors in safety and security Jul. 20, 2016
Application notes Understanding and Applying Hall Effect Sensor Datasheets Jun. 26, 2014

Design & development

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Hardware development

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The DRV5055 is a linear Hall-effect magnetic sensor optimized for accurate position sensing. This EVM demonstrates the effectiveness of the DRV5055 in precision angle sensing applications that need SIN/COS encoding.
  • Includes diametric disc magnet, plastic magnet holder and onboard silkscreen compass for angle setting
  • Includes onboard LCD for estimated angle display
  • Supports single sensor configurations for limited-range angle sensing or dual sensor configurations for full 360° sensing range
  • Supports up to 36-point (...)
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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 (...)
  • 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.

Software development

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Design tools & simulation


Reference designs

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Foot Controller Reference Design using Analog Hall Sensor
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Contactless AC-Current Sensing Using a Hall Effect Sensor
TIDA-00218 This TI Design uses Texas Instruments' Hall sensing technology to provide a solution for knowing how much AC current is flowing through a wire without any physical intervention. TIDA-00218 implements a flux concentrator to concentrate the flux around the AC current-carrying wire, rather than letting (...)
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