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Hall Sensor IC Unipolar OH137

Hall Sensor IC Unipolar OH137
  • Hall Sensor IC Unipolar OH137
Product code: 23969900001
Unit price: 0.9-1.21 CNY
Reference price: 0.13-0.18 USD
Minimum order: 1000
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OH137 Hall unipolar switch circuit

Ordering Information:

Model: OH137 Operating temperature: -40 ~ 85 ℃ Package: TO-92S Packaging: 1,000 / bag


Overview:
OH137 Hall switch circuit is intended to apply customer requirements development and production of low-cost high-performance products, and its wide range of applications, reliable performance and stability. Circuit internally by reverse voltage protection, voltage regulator, Hall-voltage generator, differential amplifier , Schmitt trigger and open collector output stage, can change the magnetic field signal into digital voltage output.

Features:
Product consistency, sensitivity can be customized according to customer requirements, circuits can be directly interfaces and various logic circuits

Can be realized:
Non-contact switch, position detection, speed detection, flow detection

Typical fields of application:
Automation and control brushless DC motors, appliances, sewing machines, textile machinery, encoders, security alarm devices, etc.

Limit parameters: (TA = 25 ℃)
Supply voltage output load current IO````````````25mA VCC```````````4.5-24V
Operating temperature range TA `` `` `` -40 ~ 85 ℃ Storage temperature range TS `` `` `` `` `` `` -55 ~ 150 ℃

Magneto-electric conversion characteristic diagram:

Function block diagram:

Electrical characteristics: TA = 25 ℃


Magnetic characteristics: (VCC = 4.5 ~ 24V) 1mT = 10GS

Test circuit:


Tube legs: 1. Power 3. Output 2. ground


Caution:
1) When installing circuit to minimize the mechanical stress on the housing or applied to the lead.
2) Soldering temperature should be lower than 260 ℃, less than 3 seconds.
3) circuit is OC output, you need between 13 and leg (power and output) plus a pull-up resistor. Pullup resistor with voltage, current through the circuit.

Dimensions Figure: