The US1881 Hall Effect Sensor is a Hall-effect device based on mixed signal CMOS technology with high magnetic sensitivity.
The sensor is a Hall-effect device that is operated by the magnetic field and is designed to respond to alternating positive (South pole) and negative (North pole) magnetic fields. The switch turns on by the presence of a positive magnetic field and turns off by the presence of a negative magnetic field. Since it is a latching hall effect sensor, the state of the switch will stay even when the magnetic field is removed and will only change when the opposite field is presented.
The US1881 Hall Effect Sensor integrates a voltage regulator, Hall sensor with dynamic offset cancellation system, Schmitt trigger and an open-drain output driver, all in a single package.
- Operating Voltage: 3.5V to 24V DC
- Maximum Supply Current: 50mA
- Maximum Junction Temperature: 165°C
- Size: 4.1mm x 17.5mm x 1.5mm
- 5 x US1881 Hall Effect Sensor