Infineon’s new family of Hall switches includes latches and unipolar switches with different magnetic sensitivities. Designed in a new technology, the switches offer high voltage capabilities and very low current consumption. They can be operated from unregulated power supplies and thus provide flexibility when designing systems.
The high operating voltage up to 32 V eliminates the need for additional resistors and enables easy design-in. With a typical current consumption of 1,6 mA, the family is ideally suited for energy sensitive systems. The new range is targeted at the automotive market. Strong ESD functionality and precise, highly stable magnetic thresholds over temperature and lifetime are tailored to the exacting quality requirements of this sector.
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