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Non-chopper-stabilized versus chopper-stabilized bipolar latching Hall-effect sensors

Published by: Honeywell

This paper shows the results of a low gauss latch competitive evaluation between Honeywell's non-chopper-stabilized SS460S bipolar latching Hall-effect sensor and five chopper-stabilized competitor products. Tests include response time, repeatability, and sensitivity to air gap.
The results indicate that Honeywell's SS460S Hall-effect sensor delivers better performance, offering a 10- to 20-microsecond (µs) faster response time, compared to the chopper-stabilized sensor samples, including two parts that offer higher sensitivity than the Honeywell SS460S sensor.
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Published: August 20, 2020 Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 8 pages

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