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austriamicrosystems' AS5510 linear Hall sensor

10/14/2010 01:29 PM EDT
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_hm   10/15/2010 9:53:59 PM
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For 1mm span, 10 bit is very good resolution. Linearity of 3% is also good for applications. What is maximum frequency response? I wish to design web thickness gauge using this device.

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Robotics Developer   10/15/2010 3:20:43 AM
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I like the addition of the I2C interface! Most of the hall effect devices I have encountered were analog output only. They required an A/D input and as such were susceptible to system noise. This seems to be a step forward.. I will have to get some for testing, thanks for the heads up!

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