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GMR, or Giant Magnetoresistance utilises sandwich layers of ultrathin ferromagnetic and nonmagnetic layers. The word "giant" refers to a large change in resistance in presence of magnetic field, compared to other traditional magnetic sensors. At Rhopoint Nordic, we are proud to offer a full range of GMR sensors including analog and digital sensors, medical sensors, peripheral ICs and digital isolators from a market leader in commercial spintronic GMR - NVE Corporation.
It is common to compare the GMR devices to the traditional Hall effect sensors - the GMR offers smaller package size, higher precision and speed. If you are considering replacing your Hall effect sensors with the GMR sensors, please do not hesitate to contact us, our sales engineers are trained to provide support and help you find the best solution.

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NVE AA002-02E

The AA002-02E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 10.5Oe and sensitivity of 3 to 4.2mV/V-Oe. NVE's AA series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterized by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 10.5Oe
  • Saturation of 15Oe
  • Sensitivity of 3.0 to 4.2mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • SOIC8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 60mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.675W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AA magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AA series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AA series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AA magnetic sensor series including the AA002-02E:

NVE AA002-02E Specifications

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NVE AA003-02E

The AA003-02E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 2Oe to 14Oe and sensitivity of 2 to 3.2mV/V-Oe. NVE's AA series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterized by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 2Oe to 14Oe
  • Saturation of 20Oe
  • Sensitivity of 2.0 to 3.2mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • SOIC8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 60mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.675W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AA magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AA series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AA series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AA magnetic sensor series including the AA003-02E:

NVE AA003-02E Specifications

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NVE AA004-00E

The AA004-00E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe and sensitivity of 0.9mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe. NVE's AA series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterized by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe
  • Saturation of 50Oe
  • Sensitivity of 0.9mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • MSOP8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 60mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.5W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AA magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AA series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AA series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AA magnetic sensor series including the AA004-00E:

NVE AA004-00E Specifications

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NVE AA004-02E

The AA004-02E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe and sensitivity of 0.9mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe. NVE's AA series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterized by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe
  • Saturation of 50Oe
  • Sensitivity of 0.9mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • SOIC8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 60mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.675W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AA magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AA series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AA series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AA magnetic sensor series including the AA004-02E:

NVE AA004-02E Specifications

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NVE AA005-02E

The AA005-02E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 10Oe to 70Oe and sensitivity of 0.45mV/V-Oe to 0.65mV/V-Oe. NVE's AA series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterized by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 10Oe to 70Oe
  • Saturation of 100Oe
  • Sensitivity of 0.45mV/V-Oe to 0.65mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • SOIC8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 60mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.675W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AA magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AA series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AA series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AA magnetic sensor series including the AA005-02E:

NVE AA005-02E Specifications

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NVE AA006-00E

The AA006-00E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe and sensitivity of 0.9mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe. NVE's AA series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterized by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe
  • Saturation of 50Oe
  • Sensitivity of 0.9mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • MSOP8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 60mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.5W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AA magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AA series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AA series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AA magnetic sensor series including the AA006-00E:

NVE AA006-00E Specifications

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NVE AA006-02E

The AA006-02E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe and sensitivity of 0.9mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe. NVE's AA series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterized by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe
  • Saturation of 50Oe
  • Sensitivity of 0.9mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • SOIC8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 60mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.675W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AA magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AA series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AA series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AA magnetic sensor series including the AA006-02E:

NVE AA006-02E Specifications

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NVE AA007-00E

The AA007-00E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 50Oe to 450Oe and sensitivity of 0.08mV/V-Oe to 0.12mV/V-Oe. NVE's AA series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterized by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 50Oe to 450Oe
  • Saturation of 500Oe
  • Sensitivity of 0.08mV/V-Oe to 0.12mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • MSOP8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 60mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.5W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AA magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AA series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AA series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AA magnetic sensor series including the AA007-00E:

NVE AA007-00E Specifications

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NVE AA024-00E

The AA024-00E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe and sensitivity of 0.09mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe. NVE's AA series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterised by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 5Oe to 35Oe
  • Saturation of 50Oe
  • Sensitivity of 0.9mV/V-Oe to 1.3mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • MSOP8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 60mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.5W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AA magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AA series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AA series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AA magnetic sensor series including the AA024-00E:

NVE AA024-00E Specifications

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NVE AAH002-02E

The AAH002-02E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 0.6Oe to 3Oe and sensitivity of 11mV/V-Oe to 18mV/V-Oe. NVE's AAH series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterised by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 0.6Oe to 3Oe
  • Saturation of 6Oe
  • Sensitivity of 11mV/V-Oe to 18mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +150°C
  • Supply voltage +12V
  • SOIC8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 40mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.675W
  • Maximum hysteresis 15%

The AAH magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AAH series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AAH series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AAH magnetic sensor series including the AAH002-02E:

NVE AAH002-02E Specifications

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NVE AAH004-00E

The AAH004-00E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 7.5Oe and sensitivity of 3.2mV/V-Oe to 4.8mV/V-Oe. NVE's AAH series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilising NVE's patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterised by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 7.5Oe
  • Saturation of 15Oe
  • Sensitivity of 3.2mV/V-Oe to 4.8mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range to −50°C to +150°C
  • Supply voltage +12V
  • MSOP8 package (die-form available for custom applications)
  • Output at maximum field of 40mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.5W
  • Maximum hysteresis 15%

The AAH magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AAH series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AAH series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AAH magnetic sensor series including the AAH004-00E:

NVE AAH004-00E Specifications

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NVE AAK001-14E

The AAK001-14E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 400Oe to 2500Oe and sensitivity of 0.0025mV/V-Oe to 0.004mV/V-Oe. NVE's AAK series of analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilizing NVE’s patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterised by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and extremely small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 400Oe to 2500Oe
  • Saturation of 4000Oe
  • Sensitivity of 0.0025mV/V-Oe to 0.004mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 50KHz
  • Operating temperature range to −40°C to +85°C
  • Supply voltage +12V
  • ULLGA4 package
  • Output at maximum field of 25mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.1W
  • Maximum hysteresis 4%

The AAK magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AAK series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AAK series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AAK magnetic sensor series including the AAK001-14E:

NVE AAK001-14E Specifications

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NVE AAL002-02E

The AAL002-02E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 10.5Oe and sensitivity of 3mV/V-Oe to 4.2mV/V-Oe. NVE's AAL Series of low hysteresis analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilizing NVE’s patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterised by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 10.5Oe
  • Saturation of 15Oe
  • Sensitivity of 3mV/V-Oe to 4.2mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +24V
  • SOIC8 package
  • Output at maximum field of 45mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.675W
  • Maximum hysteresis 2%

The AAL magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AAL series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AAL series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AAL magnetic sensor series including the AAL002-02E:

NVE AAL002-02E Specifications

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NVE AAL004-10E

The AAL004-10E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 10.5Oe and sensitivity of 3mV/V-Oe to 4.2mV/V-Oe. NVE's AAL Series of low hysteresis analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilizing NVE’s patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterised by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 10.5Oe
  • Saturation of 15Oe
  • Sensitivity of 3mV/V-Oe to 4.2mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +12V
  • TDFN6 package
  • Output at maximum field of 45mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.5W
  • Maximum hysteresis 2%

The AAL magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AAL series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AAL series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AAL magnetic sensor series including the AAL004-10E:

NVE AAL004-10E Specifications

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NVE AAL024-10E

The AAL024-10E analog magnetic sensor from NVE detect absolute magnetic fields, with a sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 10.5Oe and sensitivity of 3mV/V-Oe to 4.2mV/V-Oe. NVE's AAL Series of low hysteresis analog Giant MagnetoResistive (GMR) sensors offer unique and unparalleled magnetic sensing capabilities. Utilizing NVE’s patented GMR materials and on-chip flux concentrators to provide a directionally sensitive output signal, these sensors are characterised by high sensitivity to applied magnetic fields, excellent temperature stability, low power consumption, and small size, making them suitable for use in a wide variety of applications from rugged industrial and automotive position, speed, and current sensors, to low-voltage, battery-powered sensors for use in hand-held instrumentation and implantable medical devices.

  • Analog magnetic sensor
  • Sensitivity range of 1.5Oe to 10.5Oe
  • Saturation of 15Oe
  • Sensitivity of 3mV/V-Oe to 4.2mV/V-Oe
  • Frequency response (DC) to 100KHz
  • Operating temperature range of −50°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage +12V
  • TDFN6 (cross axis) package
  • Output at maximum field of 45mV/V
  • High magnetic field sensitivity
  • Power dissipation 0.5W
  • Maximum hysteresis 2%

The AAL magnetic sensor series are sensitive in one direction in the plane of the IC, with a cosine-scaled falloff in sensitivity as the sensor is rotated away from the sensitive direction. Also, these devices provide the same output for magnetic fields in the positive or negative direction along the axis of sensitivity (omnipolar output). All GMR sensors are designed in a Wheatstone bridge configuration to provide temperature compensation.

The basic AAL series of GMR sensors are general purpose magnetometers for use in a wide variety of applications. They exhibit excellent linearity, a large output signal with applied magnetic fields, stable and linear temperature characteristics, and a purely ratiometric output.

Typical applications for the AAL series include:

  • Motion, speed and position sensing
  • Low-field sensing
  • Motor commutator sensors
  • Non-contact current sensing
The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE AAL magnetic sensor series including the AAL024-10E:

NVE AAL024-10E Specifications

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