The MLX90295 is a programmable linear Hall-effect sensor with ratiometric analog output. All magnetic response functions of the MLX90295 are fully programmable for versatility and system tolerances reduction (end-of-line calibration).

The output quiescent voltage Voq (i.e. Vout @ B = 0 Gauss), sensitivity, sensing polarity, the magnitude of sensitivity drift over temperature (TC - 1st & 2nd order), the clamping levels, the thermal Voq drift and the signal bandwidth, are all programmable through the connector terminals (Vdd-Vss-Out). It features active error correction circuitry (quadrature spinning current and chopper-stabilized amplifier), which virtually eliminates the offset errors normally associated with Hall-effect devices.

The MLX90251 has a very stable thermal compensation for both the sensitivity and the Voq over a broad temperature range and comes in a thin 4-pin VC SIP package.

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Top features

  • Ratiometric analog output

  • 4-SIP-VC package (Through-Hole)

  • Adjustable output quiescent voltage (Voq = Vout @ B = 0 Gauss)

  • Adjustable sensitivity

  • Adjustable thermal Voq drift

  • Adjustable sensitivity temperature coefficient (1st & 2nd order)

  • Adjustable low-pass filter

  • Adjustable output driver configuration

  • Adjustable clamping voltages

  • Hall plate quadrature spinning current / Chopper-stabilized amplifier

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Programmable linear Hall-effect sensor - MLX90295

Features and benefits

  • Ratiometric analog output

  • 4-SIP-VC package (Through-Hole)

  • Adjustable output quiescent voltage (Voq = Vout @ B = 0 Gauss)

  • Adjustable sensitivity

  • Adjustable thermal Voq drift

  • Adjustable sensitivity temperature coefficient (1st & 2nd order)

  • Adjustable low-pass filter

  • Adjustable output driver configuration

  • Adjustable clamping voltages

  • Hall plate quadrature spinning current / Chopper-stabilized amplifier

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