ALLEGRO MICROSYSTEMS ACS37600 Hall-Based Linear Sensors | New Product Brief
Allegro MicroSystems’ ACS37600K Hall-Based Linear Sensors represent cutting-edge linear sensor ICs tailored for industrial, commercial, and communications applications. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!
Allegro MicroSystems ACS37600 Hall-Based Linear Sensors
Allegro MicroSystems’ ACS37600K Hall-Based Linear Sensors, available from Mouser Electronics, represent cutting-edge linear sensor ICs tailored for industrial, commercial, and communications applications. These sensors incorporate a precise Hall-effect front end with a chopper-stabilized design and a ferromagnetic core, resulting in an exceptionally accurate current-sensing solution.
Featuring a broad sensitivity range, these ICs are capable of accommodating current sensor modules ranging from under 20 amps to over 1000 amps. Their selectable bandwidth, ranging from 100 kilohertz to greater than 400 kilohertz, positions them as excellent choices for applications with fast-switching requirements and environments that demand low noise levels.
These sensors offer user-programmable features, allowing for customization of sensitivity, offset, and sensitivity over temperature. This capability ensures unmatched accuracy in current sensing applications. With a non-ratiometric output, outstanding ESD performance, and a supply voltage tolerance of up to 15 volts, Allegro MicroSystems' ACS37600K Hall-Based Linear Sensors are exceptionally well-suited for demanding applications that necessitate reliable and precise performance.
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