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Honeywell VF460S High Sensitivity Latching Digital Hall-effect Sensor ICs

Posted on the 11 May 2016 by Epreston
Honeywell VF460S High Sensitivity Latching Digital Hall-effect Sensor ICs

Honeywell is pleased to announce its new VF460S High Sensitivity Latching Digital Hall-effect Sensor ICs, now available in a flat TO-92 three-pin package. This is an extension of our VF360NT and VF360ST subminiature SOT-23 surface mount sensors, and allows for through-hole soldering or direct wire attachment.

Honeywell VF460S High Sensitivity Latching Digital Hall-effect Sensor ICs
Value to Customers
* AEC-Q100 qualification provides enhanced reliability and quality of electronic components. Components meeting these specifications are often suitable for use in harsh automotive environments without the customer's need for additional component-level qualification testing.
* Designed to provide reliable, consistent performance and a fast response time, enhancing efficiency in brushless dc motor (BLDC) applications
* Designed to provide a wide supply voltage range and no chopper delay, allowing for potential use in a variety of applications
* Designed to provide a clean output signal without the customer having to include additional circuitry to achieve noise suppression due to chopper stabilization

Features
* Qualified to the AEC-Q100 standard for potential use in automotive applications
* Fastest response time in its class [1.5 μs]
* Operate from 30 Gauss typ. at 25°C [77 °F] & 55 Gauss max. over full -40 °C to 150 °C [-40 °F to 302 °F]
* Latching, repeatable magnetics (no jitter)
* No additional electronic noise generated by sensor
* Non-chopper-stabilized design
* VF460S flat TO-92-style package (1000 units per bag), while VF360NT and VF360ST offer a subminiature SOT-23 surface mount package supplied on tape and reel (3000 units per reel) 3 Vdc to 24 Vdc
* Built-in reverse polarity protection
* RoHS-compliant material

Potential Transportation Applications
* BLDC motor commutation for automotive applications: Air input flap to engine, convertible roof position, electronic parking brakes, electronic window lifts and anti-pinch power window systems, HVAC blowers, headlights, power doors, mirrors and tail gates, seat motors, steering, windshield washers and wipers
* Speed and RPM sensing: Motors and fans; tachometer and counter pickup
* Flow rate sensing


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