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The new AAK001-14E
is an analog magnetometer sensor for precise sensing of magnetic fields up to
a remarkable 4 kOe (400 mT).
NVE’s proprietary Giant Magnetoresistive (GMR) technology provides precision over
a wide field range without the complications of shielding. The sensors respond
from zero field to 4 kOe, and are highly linear from 400 to 2500 Oe:
In addition to accommodating
high fields, the AAK001-14E is now our smallest analog sensor at just 1.1 by 1.1 mm.
Demonstrating the new AAK001 with a BIG magnet.
Unique AAK001 features include:
Precise sensing of fields up to 4 kOe (400 mT)
Sensitive to any direction in the IC plane
Ratiometric Wheatstone bridge outputs
Any supply voltage up to 12 volts
3.5 kΩ bridge for both low power and low output impedance
Ultraminiature 1.1 x 1.1 mm package
Applications include brushless DC motors, motor commutator sensors, noncontact
high-current measurement, and other harsh industrial applications.
As shown below, we have a broad line of magnetometers for various field ranges,
stock for immediate delivery:
Sensor Eval Kits in Webstore
More of our popular
sensor evaluation kits are now available on our online store. There are now a
bakers dozen of kits, so theres sure to be one for your magnetic sensor
GMR Analog Sensor Evaluation Kit
AA003 Current Sensor Evaluation Kit
ADL021 Battery-Powered Nanopower Sensor Board
ADL021 Externally-Powered Nanopower Sensor Board
GMR Switch Evaluation Kit w/ZIF socket
GMR Switch Evaluation Kit
GT Sensor Evaluation Kit
AKL002 Gear-Tooth Sensor Demonstrator
AAT001 1.25 MΩ Angle Sensor Eval Kit
AAT003 40 kΩAngle Sensor Evaluation Kit
ADT002 Rotation Sensor Evaluation Kit
AAT009 6 MΩ Angle Sensor Evaluation Kit
AAT101 Full-Bridge Angle Sensor Evaluation Kit
A new Website
layout makes NVEs award-winning technical videos more accessible
and easier to search:
The informative and entertaining videos are organized in three categories covering
magnetic technology and spintronic products:
Videos include animations, live demonstrations, and Lab Results benchmarks.
An upgraded video server means no buffering (at least from our end).
Many of the videos are also available on our YouTube
Channel, which is organized into 14 playlists:
Better Barrier Trilogy
NVE engineers rigged
a telescope projector in NVE's parking lot to capture the August 21 solar eclipse
near its totality (about 80% in Eden Prairie, Minn.):