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Texas Instruments DRV5013 Digital-Latch Hall Effect Sensor

Texas Instruments DRV5013 Digital-Latch
Hall Effect Sensors

Texas Instruments DRV5013 Digital-Latch Hall Effect Sensors are a chopper-stabilized Hall Effect Sensor that offers a magnetic sensing solution with superior sensitivity stability over temperature and integrated protection features. The magnetic field is indicated via a digital bipolar latch output. The IC has an open drain output stage with 30mA current sink capability. A wide operating voltage range from 2.5V to 38V with reverse polarity protection up to -22V makes the device suitable for a wide range of industrial applications. Internal protection functions are provided for reverse supply conditions, load dump, and output short circuit or over current.

  • Digital Bipolar-Latch Hall Sensor
  • Superior Temperature Stability
    • BOP ±10% Over Temperature
  • High Sensitivity Options (BOP and BRP)
    • +2.3 / -2.3mT (AD)
    • +4.6 / -4.6mT (AG)
    • +9.2 / -9.2mT (BC)
  • Supports a Wide Voltage Range
    • 2.5 to 38V
    • Operation from Unregulated Supply
  • Wide Operating Temperature Range
    • TA = -40 to 125°C
  • Open Drain Output
    • Up to 30mA Current Sink
  • Fast Power-On
    • 35µs
  • Small Package and Footprint
    • Surface Mount 3-Terminal SOT-23 (DBZ)
      • 2.92mm × 2.37mm
    • Through-Hole 3-Terminal SIP (LPG)
      • 4.00mm × 3.15mm

  • Protection Features Reverse Supply Protection (up to -22V)
    • Supports up to 40V Load Dump
    • Output Short-Circuit Protection
    • Output Current Limitation

  • Power Tools
  • Flow Meters
  • Valve and Solenoid Status
  • BLDC Motors With Sensors
  • Proximity Sensing
  • Tachometers

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