BU52011HFV-TR ROHM,, Omnipolar Hall Effect Sensor, 5-Pin HVSOF

  • RS-artikelnummer 168-2328
  • Tillv. art.nr BU52011HFV-TR
  • Tillverkare / varumärke ROHM
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The omnipolar Hall ICs are magnetic switches that can operate both S-and N-pole, upon which the output goes from Hi to Low. In addition to regular single-output Hall ICs, We offer a lineup of dual-output units with a reverse output terminal (active High).

Omnipolar detection
Micro power operation
Line up of supply voltage
High ESD resistance 8kV

Attribute Value
Magnetic Type Omnipolar
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Pin Count 5
Minimum Magnetic Sensor Release Point 0.6 mT
Maximum Magnetic Sensor Operating Point 5 mT
Minimum Operating Supply Voltage 1.65 V
Maximum Operating Supply Voltage 3.3 V
Length 1.6mm
Width 1.2mm
Height 0.58mm
Dimensions 1.6 x 1.2 x 0.58mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Package Type HVSOF
Typical Magnetic Sensor Hysteresis 0.9 mT
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Pris (ex. moms) Each (In a Pack of 25)
9,364 kr
(exkl. moms)
11,705 kr
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Per unit
Per Pack*
25 - 100
9,364 kr
234,10 kr
125 - 225
7,106 kr
177,65 kr
250 - 600
6,762 kr
169,05 kr
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6,282 kr
157,05 kr
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4,984 kr
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