The US2882 is a bipolar Hall-effect switch designed in mixed signal CMOS technology that integrates a voltage regulator, Hall sensor with dynamic offset cancellation system, Schmitt trigger and an open-drain output driver, all in a single package.

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Top features

  • Wide operating voltage range from 3.5 V to 24 V

  • Very high magnetic sensitivity

  • CMOS technology

  • Chopper-stabilized amplifier stage

  • Low current consumption

  • Open drain output

  • AEC-Q100 qualified

  • Thin SOT23 3L and flat TO-92 3L both RoHS compliant packages

  • SE package North Pole active

  • UA package South Pole active
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Bipolar Hall-effect sensor switch - Very high sensitivity - US2882

Product description

The US2882 is a bipolar Hall-effect switch designed in mixed signal CMOS technology.

This device integrates a voltage regulator, Hall sensor with dynamic offset cancellation system, Schmitt trigger and an open-drain output driver, all in a single package.

Thanks to its wide operating voltage range and extended choice of temperature range, it is suitable for use in automotive and consumer applications.

This device is delivered in a TSOT for surface mount process and in a Plastic Single In Line (TO-92 flat) for through-hole mount. Both 3-lead packages are RoHS compliant.

Features and benefits

  • Wide operating voltage range from 3.5 V to 24 V

  • Very high magnetic sensitivity

  • CMOS technology

  • Chopper-stabilized amplifier stage

  • Low current consumption

  • Open drain output

  • AEC-Q100 qualified

  • Thin SOT23 3L and flat TO-92 3L both RoHS compliant packages

  • SE package North Pole active

  • UA package South Pole active

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