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Texas Instruments debuted new current sensors to help engineers simplify their designs while improving accuracy. Designed for a broad range of common-mode voltages and temperatures, the new products include a lowest-drift isolated Hall-effect current sensor for high-voltage systems and a portfolio of current shunt monitors that eliminate the need for an external shunt resistor for […]
With zero-drift, high accuracy over time and temperature, and reliable 3-kVrms, Texas Instruments’ TMCS1100 and TMCS1101 Hall effect current sensors earned the honor of the 2021 LEAP Award winner in the Switches & Sensors category. LEAP Awards honor innovative products across 12 categories. More than 100 entrants were received for the annual competition which celebrates […]
Texas Instruments introduced the industry’s most accurate 3D Hall-effect position sensor. With the TMAG5170, engineers can achieve uncalibrated ultra-high precision at speeds up to 20 kSPS for faster and more accurate real-time control in factory automation and motor-drive applications. The sensor also provides integrated functions and diagnostics to maximize design flexibility and system safety, while […]
Texas Instruments introduced the first devices in a new family of humidity sensors that provide the industry’s highest reliability and accuracy and the lowest power consumption – along with built-in protection of sensing elements. The HDC3020 and HDC3020-Q1 will allow engineers to create more reliable industrial and automotive systems that withstand potential damage caused by moisture, […]
by Sanjay Pithadia, System Engineer, Medical Sector, System Engineering, and Marketing at Texas Instruments Health care continues to evolve toward self-treatment and away from in-person appointments. In addition to helping reduce physical contact, new technologies have given the general population unprecedented access to health care tools for self-monitoring and remote treatments. Whether it’s providing mobility […]
Texas Instruments, today strengthened its motor solutions and sensing portfolio with the addition of a new family of Hall effect magnetic sensors designed for use in industrial applications ranging from position detection to motor control. The rugged and fully protected DRV5000 sensor products include digital latch, digital switch and analog bipolar output options for such […]