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Two-wire Hall sensors target body electronics

4/6/2012 04:41 PM EDT
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premlx   4/9/2012 1:07:48 PM
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Yes, the device is fully certified for automotive applications. The supply chain demands of automotive have also optimized the value proposition, making it an economical solution for all markets.

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premlx   4/9/2012 1:00:14 PM
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In this device the temperature cannot be read out. The digital communication with the sensor is meant for initial programming and not for continuous use in the end application. It is an interesting concept though, perhaps an consideration for future products... Thanks of your comments

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_hm   4/8/2012 1:04:13 AM
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Is it certified for Automative application? Melexis design very good product to solve specific problem and these can also be used for other indirect application.

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DrFPGA   4/6/2012 10:43:01 PM
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Temp compensation is a great feature. Can the temperature be read out as well. If so that would save me a separate sensor.

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