The MS32 is a magnetic field sensor which is built in the form of a Wheatstone bridge. Each of its four resistors is made from Permalloy, a material that shows the anisotropic magneto resistance effect. An unidirectional magnetic field in the surface parallel to the chip (x-y plane) along the y-axis will deliver a field dependent output signal. A magnetic switching point, which is almost independent on temperature is typically set to Hs=1.85 kA/m. In addition, the characteristic curve is linear over a wide magnetic field range. Thus, the new MS32 simplifies the adaption of the sensor to different mechanical and magnetical environments. The sensor die is packaged in a TDFN package.
Sensor based on solid state magnetoresistance effect
Unipolar signal output
Linear field response
High sensitivity, low hysteresis
Temperature compensated switching point
Low power consumption due to high bridge resistance
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