Due to its featured properties - high sensitivity and almost no hysteresis – the KMY / KMZ sensors are used in a wide range of applications, like magnetic field measurement, revolution counters, proximity detecting, and position measurement.
Due to its featured properties - high sensitivity and almost no hysteresis – the KMY / KMZ sensors are used in a wide range of applications, like magnetic field measurement, revolution counters, proximity detecting, and position measurement. A uniaxial linear magnetic field (in y-direction) will generate a linear output within the specified magnetic field range. The sensor is available in two types: the KMY 20 M, KMY 21 M and KMZ 20 M sensor types contain intrinsic magnets which provide an auxiliary magnetic field (in x-direction) at the sensor die which prevents magnetic domains from flipping irregularly.
Output proportional to magnetic field strength with very high sensitivity
Very small hysteresis and low noise
Large operating temperature range, from -40°C up to +150 °C
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