Roland Einspieler, an application engineer for ams (austria microsystems), explains linear position measurement in an automotive clutch application using the company’s 3D Hall effect absolute position sensor at Sensors Expo 2012. The sensor was a Best of Sensors Expo winner in 2011. For more information about ams AS5410 3D Hall sensor, click here. To watch […]
At Sensors Expo 2011, Gwenn Gmeinder, business development manager at Hamlin demonstrates the company’s Hall Effect speed sensing technology in transmission gear teeth and EGR valve (rotational) sensing applications. For more information about Hamlin Hall Effect sensors for sensing gear teeth, click here. To watch the video, click here.
Motion control systems in vehicles require sensing that Hall sensors frequently provide. In some instances, sensing all three directions can improve and simplify the systems design. For these applications, austriamicrosystems introduced the AS5410 linear position sensor based on a 3D Hall platform. The sensor measures absolute position in automotive & industrial applications and provides a […]
Austriamicrosystems is developing a portfolio of 3D Hall products for automotive and industrial applications. The 3D HallinOne magnetic encoder family provides absolute and highest resolution angular or linear output data. The AS540x series uses two “pixel-cells” in a differential mode to guarantee robustness against all possible external influences like stray magnetic fields. In addition, the […]
A total of four Hall Effect sensors are used in Micronas’ throttle position demo as explained at Convergence 2010 by Jochen Seidler. The sensor could be a programmable sensor with a ratiomatic, linear output such as one from Micronas HAL 82x family. For more information on Micronas HAL 82x Hall Effect sensors, click here. To […]