Switches (Solid State)

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Sensing Range
±3.5mT Trip, ±2.2mT Release±35mT Trip, ±29mT Release
Current - Supply (Max)
1.5µA1.5µA (Typ)
Mounting Type
Surface MountThrough Hole
Supplier Device Package
SOT-23-3TO-92S
Package / Case
TO-226-3, TO-92-3 Long BodyTO-236-3, SC-59, SOT-23-3
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Supplier Device Package
Package / Case
TMR1302BT
TMR1303BT
TMR MAG SW OMNI LO-HYS 35G 1.5UA
MDT
82,457
Marketplace
5 : $0.44000
Bulk
-
Bulk
Active
Omnipolar Switch
Magnetoresistive
North Pole, South Pole
±35mT Trip, ±29mT Release
25°C
1.5V ~ 5.5V
1.5µA (Typ)
9mA
Push-Pull
Temperature Compensated
-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)
Through Hole
TO-92S
TO-226-3, TO-92-3 Long Body
TMR1202HTS
TMR1303S
TMR SENSOR MAG SW OMNI 35G 1.5UA
MDT
68,201
Marketplace
5 : $0.44000
Bulk
-
Bulk
Active
Omnipolar Switch
Magnetoresistive
North Pole, South Pole
±3.5mT Trip, ±2.2mT Release
25°C
1.5V ~ 5.5V
1.5µA
9mA
Push-Pull
Temperature Compensated
-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)
Surface Mount
SOT-23-3
TO-236-3, SC-59, SOT-23-3
AMR1320S
TMR1303BS
TMR MAG SW OMNI LO-HYS 35G 1.5UA
MDT
1,535
Marketplace
5 : $0.44000
Bulk
-
Bulk
Active
Omnipolar Switch
Magnetoresistive
North Pole, South Pole
±35mT Trip, ±29mT Release
25°C
1.5V ~ 5.5V
1.5µA (Typ)
9mA
Push-Pull
Temperature Compensated
-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)
Surface Mount
SOT-23-3
TO-236-3, SC-59, SOT-23-3
TMR1202HTT
TMR1303T
TMR SENSOR MAG SW OMNI 35G 1.5UA
MDT
9,323
Marketplace
Active
-
Bulk
Active
Omnipolar Switch
Magnetoresistive
North Pole, South Pole
±3.5mT Trip, ±2.2mT Release
25°C
1.5V ~ 5.5V
1.5µA
9mA
Push-Pull
Temperature Compensated
-40°C ~ 125°C (TA)
Through Hole
TO-92S
TO-226-3, TO-92-3 Long Body
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Switches (Solid State)


Products in this family use solid-state technology for detecting the presence of a magnetic field in excess of some specific magnitude and/or sign, and provide a two-state output indicating the presence or absence of such a field. They are distinct from reed switches, which provide a similar function through the use of moving mechanical parts, as well as from linear or compass-type solid-state devices which provide a variable output indicative of the strength and/or orientation of an applied magnetic field.