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Hall Effect Sensor
Hall sensor technology has a wide range of applications in the automotive industry, including power, body control, traction control, and anti-lock braking systems. In order to meet the needs of different systems, there are three types of Hall sensors: switch type, analog type and digital type. The Hall sensor can be made of metal and semiconductor. The quality of the effect depends on the material of the conductor, and the material will directly affect it. Positive ions and electrons flowing through the sensor. When manufacturing Hall elements, the automotive industry usually uses three semiconductor materials, namely gallium arsenide, indium antimonide and indium arsenide. The most commonly used semiconductor material is indium arsenide. The form of the Hall sensor determines the difference in the amplifier circuit, and its output must be adapted to the controlled device. This output may be analog, such as an acceleration position sensor or throttle position sensor, or it may be digital. Such as crankshaft or camshaft position sensor, when Hall element is used for analog sensor, this sensor can be used for temperature gauge in the air conditioning system or throttle position sensor in power control system. The Hall element is connected to the differential amplifier, and the amplifier is connected to the NPN transistor. The magnet is fixed on the rotating shaft. When the shaft rotates, the magnetic field on the Hall element is strengthened. The Hall voltage generated is proportional to the magnetic field strength. When Hall elements are used for digital signals, such as crankshaft position sensors, camshaft position sensors or vehicle speed sensors, the circuit must first be changed. The Hall element is connected to the differential amplifier, and the differential amplifier is connected to the Schmitt trigger. In this configuration. The sensor outputs an on or off signal. In most automotive circuits, the Hall sensor is a current sink or the signal circuit is grounded.
To complete this work, an NPN transistor is required to connect to the output of the Schmitt trigger. The magnetic field passes through the Hall element, and a blade on a trigger wheel passes between the magnetic field and the Hall element. The times are developing and technology is advancing. Everything is constantly being updated. Otherwise it will be eliminated. Hall sensors are no exception. As the society develops faster and faster, more high-tech products are inseparable from the control of the Hall element. Therefore, continuous innovation is required for permanent development. In addition, the application fields of Hall sensors are different, so the various markets have The requirements are also different. With the continuous development of end application products in various industries, the development characteristics of Hall sensor miniaturization, high integration, high sensitivity, and temperature resistance will become more and more prominent. Our company has Hall Effect Sensor on sale, welcome to contact us.