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Magneto-Resistive Sensor ICs Up Sensitivity While Reducing Power

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jedberg1
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Re: Fantastic Sensitivity
jedberg1   6/6/2014 10:00:05 AM
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These products are both in production now and available through distribution.

tekochip
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Re: Fantastic Sensitivity
tekochip   5/22/2014 5:13:48 PM
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When's production?

jedberg1
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Re: Fantastic Sensitivity
jedberg1   5/22/2014 4:28:07 PM
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I am glad to see your excitement about our new Magnetoresistive Sensor ICs, Nanopower Series.  If you are looking for samples these are now available through many of Honeywell's authorized distributors and their websites.

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Re: Fantastic Sensitivity
Cabe Atwell   5/21/2014 11:17:17 PM
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That sure is a wide range of possible product applications. I'm curious as to how they developed their new ICs to be that sensitive.

tekochip
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Fantastic Sensitivity
tekochip   5/21/2014 9:23:43 AM
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I have been using Hall sensors from a wide variety of manufacturers, but the sensitivity and and current draw on this product will defiantly have me scrambling for samples.


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