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    July 2019 Electrifying  News  From  NVE
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TMR Bipolar Analog Magnetic Sensor

Sensor Expo

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Demos at Sensors Expo 2019
Detecting Tiny
Gear Teeth
Low-Power Isolator Demonstration
Low-Power Isolated Transceiver Demonstration

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NEW!  TMR Bipolar Analog
 Magnetic Sensor
Revolutionary TMR Technology
The ALT025 is a Tunneling Magnetoresistance (TMR) analog bridge magnetic sensor with an extraordinary amount of signal and a wide linear range.

ALT025-10 transfer function
A unique
bipolar transfer function
Bipolar Output
The differential bridge output is bipolar, meaning it is positive for a positive field and negative for an opposite field polarity.
Key Specifications
  • Large signals (20 mV/V/mT typical)
  • 20 kΩ device resistance for low power
  • ±10 mT linear range
  • High linearity output (<1 %F.S. ±5 mT)
  • Ultra-low temperature coefficient of output (±0.1%/°C)
  • Up to 300 kHz bandwidth
  • 2.5 x 2.5 mm TDFN6 package
  • –40 to 125°C operating range

ALT025 Equivalent Circuit
A differential bridge
analog output
  • Motion, speed, and position control
  • Non-contact current sensing
  • Mechatronics and robotics
In Stock
The ALT025-10E is in stock for immediate delivery:
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Sensors Expo
Sensors San Jose
Sensors Expo gets underway at 10:00 June 26, in San Jose, Calif. See us in Booth 1344 in the IoT and Wireless Pavilion.

We’re demonstrating three TMR sensors: a Smart Angle Sensor, a Smart Magnetometer, plus an analog sensor:

San Jose Demos

The smart angle sensor is at the heart of our third-generation mechatronic xylophone playing “Do You Know the Way to San Jose“ just for this show.

The new SM225 TMR Smart Magnetometer provides a unique combination of speed and precision for proximity or current sensing. We’re demonstrating it using a demo board, magnet, and bipolar current source.

Finally, we have an analog angle sensor demo with a simple microcontroller and an LED array.
More Smart Sensor Info »

Recent Exhibitions
Sensor+Test visitors learned about new smart sensors, angle sensors and noncontact current sensors.

PCIM EuropeAt the Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion (PCIM) show, we highlighted the new IL01x Low-Power Isolators and IL2985E Low-Power Transceivers.
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