MH04 and MH21 Hall Effect Sensors
Standex-Meder offers their MH04 and MH21 micro-power Hall effect sensors
Standex-Meder Electronics announces a new range of micro-power Hall effect sensors, which offer solid-state reliability, low power consumption, and consistent activation points over a wide temperature range in a rugged and environmentally isolated package. The new micro-power versions operate on 3 V battery supplies requiring an average supply current of only 5 μA, which compares to an industry average of 5 mA. Several models are available, ranging in size from the MH04 (with a width of 24 millimeters), and the MH21 (28.6 mm). The range of Hall effect sensors are available with a variety of custom options, including various outputs (switch, latch, analog, angular) and, high temperature options, as well as custom package designs.
Features and Benefits
- Standex-Meder Hall effect sensors offer solid-state reliability, low power consumption, and consistent activation points over a wide temperature range in a rugged and environmentally isolated package
- Micro-power versions operate on 2.5 to 3.5 V battery voltage with only 5 μA average supply current versus the industry average of 5 mA
- Custom options include output- switch, latch, analog, angular, high temperature resistance, package design, and more
- Standex-Meder specializes in customizing designs to specific customer needs for a wide range of applications