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MLX92212

 

 

The MLX92212 is a low voltage hall effect switch designed in mixed signal CMOS technology. The device integrates a voltage regulator, hall sensor with advanced offset cancellation system and an open-drain output driver, all in a single package.
The device features a lowvoltage regulator with optimized performance targeting low power consumption at low voltage levels. It is suitable for user in automotive applications thanks to its wide temperature range and extensive qualification according to automotive standards.

 

 

 

Features Application examples
  • Hall Effect Latch and Switch sensor
  • Low voltage supply from 2.5V to 5.5V
  • Chopper-stabilized amplifier stage
  • Low power switch: 2.1mA
  • Wide temperature range from -40°C to 150°C
  • Automotive AEC-Q100 qualified
  • Optimized ESD performande: 8kV
  • Designed for standalone PCB applications
  • Thin SOT23-3L package (SE-package)
  • Automotive applications
  • Industrial and Robotics
  • Home and building automation
  • Solid-state switch
  • Low power applications 
  • BLDC motor commutation
  • White goods and household applications 

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