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Programmable linear Hall sensor for efficient position management

11/9/2012 04:07 PM EST
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steve30   11/10/2012 1:53:42 PM
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I'm doing research on a Gravity Force Accelerator this sensor looks excellent for the application. Combined with accelerometer this sensor will tell me at what position does the rotating drum have the highest level of G-Force

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