NVE Sensor and Isolator News
    April 1, 2016 Electrifying  News  From  NVE
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Current Sensing

April 1 Product

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Angle Sensor
Bipolar Latching Magnetic Proximity Sensor
Overcurrent Sensing
Analog Gear Tooth Sensor Reference Circuit

Earth Day April 22
NVE is committed to the safety, health, and protection of people and the environment.

For more information, visit our Environmental and Social Governance page
Foolproof Applications
Sensing Current Through a Board Trace

Current Sensor CalculationsOvercurrent protection makes circuits more foolproof. The high sensitivity and excellent repeatability of NVE AA-Series analog magnetic sensors make them well-suited for sensing current through a circuit-board trace.

This type of current sensing allows negligible insertion resistance, is usable over a wide current range, provides inherent electrical isolation, and can be used for AC or DC.

This video demonstrates:
The evaluation board featured in the video is available from NVE’s Online Store.

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NEW! Angler Sensor
April 1—You may know about NVE’s unique family of Tunneling Magnetoresistance Angle Sensors. These parts offer precise angular position data in an ultraminiature package with extremely low power consumption.

Now, thanks to what started as a typographical error, we’re introducing the world’s first Angler Sensor:

Angler Sensor
The Angler Sensor

Complementary Outputs
The new sensor has ANGLER and NOT ANGLER complementary outputs. The parts are ideal for determining who’s a real angler and who’s just telling fish stories. They’ve been qualified through extensive testing on NVE employees.

Parts are as available as they’ll ever be—ahead of the Minnesota fishing season, which starts in May.
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