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517SS16 - 

Hall Effect Position Sensor, 5SS Series, Bipolar, 6 to 16 Vdc, Sink Output

517SS16 - Hall Effect Position Sensor, 5SS Series, Bipolar, 6 to 16 Vdc, Sink Output

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Manufacturer:
HONEYWELL HONEYWELL
Manufacturer Part No:
517SS16
Newark Part No.:
90B6464
Product Range
5SS Series
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Overview

The 5SS series digital hall-effect Magnetic Sensor with quad hall element design which minimizes effects of mechanical or thermal stress on output and provides stable output. Negative compensation slope optimized to match negative temperature coefficient of lower cost magnets, providing robust design over wide temperature range. Band gap regulation provides stable operation over supply voltage range. Potential applications include speed and RPM sensing, magnetic encoding, disc speed, tape rotation, flow-rate sensing, lid and door closing detection and position sensing.
  • Unipolar, bipolar, latching magnetics
  • Sinking output
  • Multiple operate/release points
  • Temperature compensated magnetics with negative slope
  • High output current capability

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Motor Drive & Control, Industrial

Product Information

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6V
:
16V
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-
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Rectangular
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Sink
:
400mV
:
1.5µs
:
5SS Series
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