The KMT37 is a magnetic field sensor based on the anisotropic magneto resistance effect, i.e. it is sensing the magnetic field direction independently on the magnetic field strength for applied field strengths H>=14 kA/m.
The KMT37 magnetic angle sensor contains two parallel supplied Wheatstone bridges, which enclose a sensitive angle of 45 degrees. A rotating magnetic field in the surface parallel to the chip (x-y plane) will deliver two independent sinusoidal output signals, one following a cos(2a) and the second following a sin(2a) function, being the angle between sensor and field direction.
Contactless angular position
Design optimized linearity
Low cost, low power
Self diagnosis feature
User has complete control over signal evaluation
Attractive SMT packages
Extended operating temperature rang (-40 °C to +150 °C; >150°C on request)
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