NVE Introduces the Worlds Most Sensitive Magnetometer IC
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn.December 19, 2022Billed as the worlds most sensitive magnetometer integrated circuit, the new ALT021-10E analog magnetometer has a remarkable sensitivity of 0.5 millivolts per volt per microtesla. Based on NVEs unique ALT-Series Tunneling Magnetoresistance (TMR) technology, the new part can precisely measure fields from less than a microtesla to 250 microtesla.
The differential bridge outputs are bipolar, meaning positive for a positive field and negative for an opposite field polarity.
Key ALT021-10E specifications include:
High sensitivity (0.5 millivolts per volt per microtesla typical)
Large signal (200 millivolts per volt typical full-scale)
Flexible 0 to 14 volt supply (no minimum)
20 kiloohm device resistance for low power
250 microtesla linear range
40 to 125 degree Celsius operating range
2.5 by 2.5 millimeter DFN package
The ALT021-10E is idela for a number of low-field sensing applications, including motion, speed, and position control; non-contact current sensing; motion, speed, and position control; and mechatronics and robotics.
There are now three ALT-Series TMR magnetometer versions, the ALT025-10E, with a linear range of 0 to 10 millitesla; the ALT023-10E, with a linear range of 0 to 1 millitesla; and the new ALT021-10E with a with a linear range of 0 to 250 microtesla.
The ALT021-10E, ALT023-10E, and ALT025-10E are all in stock for immediate delivery.
For More Information
Click here to download the ALT021-10E Datasheet, or visit www.nve.com for more information.
NVE is a leader in the practical commercialization of spintronics, a nanotechnology that relies on electron spin rather than electron charge to acquire, store and transmit information. The company manufactures high-performance spintronic products including sensors and couplers that are used to acquire and transmit data.
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