Digital Switch Hall Effect Sensor Texas Instruments DRV5023-Q1Designed by TinkeringTech in United States of America
Want to add a quick and easy hall effect sensor to your next project? This Texas Instruments Digital switch DRV5023-Q1 hall effect sensor would be perfect! It has a small form factor with a built i...Read More…
Want to add a quick and easy hall effect sensor to your next project? This Texas Instruments Digital switch DRV5023-Q1 hall effect sensor would be perfect! It has a small form factor with a built in pull-up resistor. The OUT pin is pulled low when a magnetic field is applied to the sensor. Please check out the Youtube video for a typical door sensor application using an Arduino. The sensing possibilities are endless!
Product Dimensions: 10.75 mm x 11.29 mm x 2.84 mm
DRV5023BI: 14.5 / 6 mT
A Hall effect sensor is a transducer that varies its output voltage in response to a magnetic field.
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Thomas | March 12, 2019
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