Not recommended for new designs. Similar functionality provided by the MLX91208.

The MLX91205 is a single axis IMC-Hall® integrated current sensor featuring Triaxis® technology. It produces an analog, ratiometric output voltages proportional to the applied magnetic field parallel with the chip surface.

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Top features

  • Triaxis® technology

  • Integrated Magnetic Concentrator (IMC-Hall®)

  • Sensitive to a magnetic field parallel to the chip surface

  • Linear output voltage proportional to a magnetic field

  • Zero power loss in primary circuit

  • Very high sensitivity

  • Excellent nonlinearity

  • Wideband: DC to 100 kHz

  • Very low offset and offset drift

  • Very low noise

  • Isolated from current conductor

  • Surface mount SOIC8 package
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90kHz IMC-Hall® current sensor - MLX91205

Product description

Not recommended for new designs. Similar functionality provided by the MLX91208.

The MLX91205 is a single axis IMC-Hall® integrated current sensor featuring Triaxis® technology. It produces an analog, ratiometric output voltages proportional to the applied magnetic field parallel with the chip surface.

The circuit is fabricated using a standard CMOS process, with the addition of an integrated magnetic concentrator (IMC-Hall®). This ferromagnetic layer amplifies the magnetic field and concentrates it on the Hall elements. Therefore, the circuit features very high magnetic sensitivity, low offset and low noise.

The MLX91205 is ideally suited for current sensing in automotive and industrial environments. Two different versions with different magnetic ranges are available.

Features and benefits

  • Triaxis® technology

  • Integrated Magnetic Concentrator (IMC-Hall®)

  • Sensitive to a magnetic field parallel to the chip surface

  • Linear output voltage proportional to a magnetic field

  • Zero power loss in primary circuit

  • Very high sensitivity

  • Excellent nonlinearity

  • Wideband: DC to 100 kHz

  • Very low offset and offset drift

  • Very low noise

  • Isolated from current conductor

  • Surface mount SOIC8 package

Practical applications

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BEV thermal management - heat cabin

In order to optimize energy while increasing the All-Electric Range (AER), a perfect thermal management system is key. Ideal performance of the battery requires a temperature between 20-40℃, no matter the external conditions. Without the heat source of a classical ICE, new sources for heating & cooling need to be optimized. Discover the different modes.

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BEV thermal management - heat battery

In order to optimize energy while increasing the All-Electric Range (AER), a perfect thermal management system is key. Ideal performance of the battery requires a temperature between 20-40℃, no matter the external conditions. Without the heat source of a classical ICE, new sources for heating & cooling need to be optimized. Discover the different modes.

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thumbnail BEV thermal management

BEV thermal management - cool cabin

In order to optimize energy while increasing the All-Electric Range (AER), a perfect thermal management system is key. Ideal performance of the battery requires a temperature between 20-40℃, no matter the external conditions. Without the heat source of a classical ICE, new sources for heating & cooling need to be optimized. Discover the different modes.

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thumbnail BEV thermal management

BEV thermal management - cool battery

In order to optimize energy while increasing the All-Electric Range (AER), a perfect thermal management system is key. Ideal performance of the battery requires a temperature between 20-40℃, no matter the external conditions. Without the heat source of a classical ICE, new sources for heating & cooling need to be optimized. Discover the different modes.

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thumbnail BEV thermal management

BEV thermal management

In order to optimize energy while increasing the All-Electric Range (AER), a perfect thermal management system is key. Ideal performance of the battery requires a temperature between 20-40℃, no matter the external conditions. Without the heat source of a classical ICE, new sources for heating & cooling need to be optimized. Discover the different modes.

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