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Hall Effect Sensor, Unipolar, 30 mA, TO-92, 3 Pins, 4.5 V, 24 V

OH180U - Hall Effect Sensor, Unipolar, 30 mA, TO-92, 3 Pins, 4.5 V, 24 V

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Manufacturer Part No:
OH180U
Newark Part No.:
08F2613
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Product Overview

The OH180U is a Hall-effect Sensor contains a monolithic integrated circuit which incorporates a hall element, a linear amplifier, a threshold amplifier and Schmitt trigger on a single Hallogic® silicon chip. Included on-chip is a band gap voltage regulator to allow operation with a wide range of supply voltages. This device features logic level output and provide up to 21mA of sink current. This allows direct driving of more than 7 TTL loads or any standard logic family using power supplies ranging from 4.5 to 24V. Output amplitude is constant at switching frequencies from DC to over 200kHz.
  • Designed for non-contact switching operations
  • Operates over broad range of supply voltages
  • Operates with excellent temperature stability in harsh environments

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Automation & Process Control

Product Information

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Unipolar
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30mA
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TO-92
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3Pins
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4.5V
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24V
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-40°C
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150°C
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Each
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