Hall Effect Sensors, Chapter 2 of MICRO SWITCH Sensing and Control from Honeywell

In the application note you can learn explanation regarding output voltage, temperature, temperature compensation, circuit, control, power supply characteristics, hall effect, analog output sensor, output, signal, input characteristics, effect, and hall effect principle. Many info around specifications, sensing, magnetic field, signal conditioning electronics, reference, sensor, sensitivity shift, micro switch sensing, power supply, sensitivity, switch, sensors, and element are explained inside this application note.

This application note presents discussion like hysteresis, signal conditioning, micro switch, digital output, current, differential amplifier, transfer function, hall effect sensor, amplifier, power, transistor, switch sensing, and schmitt trigger circuit. Below are taken from the application note:

When a current-carrying conductor is placed into a magnetic field, a voltage will be generated perpendicular to both the current and the field. This principle is known as the Hall effect. Figure 2-1 illustrates the basic principle of the Hall effect. It shows a thin sheet of semiconducting material (Hall element) through which a current is passed. The output connections are perpendicular to the direction of current.

Additionally, the application note explains discussion about hall sensor, equation, input, transfer, characteristics, power supplies, supply voltage, current sinking, current distribution, trigger circuit, voltage, device, and conditioning electronics.

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