HallinOne® FH3D12: Software Defined Dual 3D Hall Sensor
HallinOne® FH3D12: Software Defined Dual 3D Hall Sensor

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HallinOne® FH3D12: Software Defined Dual 3D Hall Sensor

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Documents:
Download Data Sheet FH3D12
Download Fact Sheet FH3D12
Download Documentation Breakoutboard FH3D12

General Description

The FH3D12 is a dual 3D Hall sensor based on Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS HallinOne® technology. This versatile magnetic field sensor utilizes the pure Hall effect principle without magnetizable materials. The FH3D12 offers a high dynamic magnetic range and accurate 3D magnetic field measurement at two positions with a planar IC in a punched MLF-16 package measuring 5x5x0.9mm with a pitch of 0.8mm. It supports applications requiring robust stray field handling by utilizing magnetic field gradients.

Applications

  • 3D position measurement (Joystick)
  • Current sensing
  • Linear position measurement (axial/orthogonal and axial/parallel)
  • Angular measurement (on-axis and off-axis)
  • Magnetic field mapping

Features

  • Dual 3D Hall Sensor with 2mm pitch
  • Measurement range full scale from ~10mT up to ~1.5T
  • Measurement rate up to 20kHz at 12Bit or 1.8kHz at 16Bit resolution
  • Supply voltage 3.0V…3.6V
  • Temperature range -40°C…125°C
  • Temperature sensor for system-level drift tracking
  • Software-defined sensor:
    • Each sensor element can be independently configured concerning measurement range and rate
    • Measurement flow (active sensor elements and measurement order)
  • Integrated excitation coils
  • Magnetic calibration without need for magnetic setup
  • Magnetic self-test during operation
  • Diagnostic features for fault detection
  • SPI interface

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