Monthly Archives: October 2018

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  • Magnetic speed sensors

Magnetic speed sensors

Magnetic speed sensors Our Hall- and GMR-based magnetic speed sensors are designed to measure speed in safety and powertrain applications such as speedometers, ABS, camshafts/crankshafts and automatic transmissions. We offer a broad range of options to ensure the perfect fit for individual customer applications. By integrating the magnetic Hall or GMR sensing cell and the [...]

By |October 31st, 2018|Magnetic Design, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Products, Magnetic Sensing, Magnetic Systems, Magnetic Technology, Sensor Magnet, Sensors|Comments Off on Magnetic speed sensors
  • 3D low power magnetic sensors

3D low power magnetic sensors

3D low power magnetic sensors The sensor offers accurate three-dimensional sensing with extremely low power consumption in a small 6-pin package. Capa­ble of detecting the magnetic field in the x, y, and z-direction, the sensor is ideally suited for the measurement of: For consumer and industrial markets Thanks to its small package and low power [...]

By |October 29th, 2018|Magnet Applications, Magnetic Design, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Products, Magnetic Sensing, Sensor Magnet, Sensors|Comments Off on 3D low power magnetic sensors
  • Magnetostrictive-Sensor-Parts

How do magnetostrictive sensors work?

How do magnetostrictive sensors work? When a ferromagnetic material — such as iron, nickel, or cobalt — is subjected to an external magnetic field, the magnetic domains within the material align, creating internal stresses that cause the material’s shape or dimensions to change. This phenomenon is referred to as magnetostriction. Conversely, when a magenetostrictive material [...]

By |October 27th, 2018|Magnetic News|Comments Off on How do magnetostrictive sensors work?
  • Integrating Hall-Effect Magnetic Sensing Technology

Integrating Hall-Effect Magnetic Sensing Technology

Integrating Hall-Effect Magnetic Sensing Technology into Modern Household Appliances With the extensive variety of solutions available for position, speed, and current sensing applications, designers can select optimal technologies and packages to achieve their commercial and engineering goals. There always remain the same critical elements that must be considered, such as cost, distance of travel, resolution, [...]

Magnetic Sensor ICs

Magnetic Sensor ICs Magnetic Sensor ICs Offer Integrated Diagnostics for ASIL Compliance Abstract The current revolution in intelligent vehicle control systems relies substantially on the rapidly developing physical detection technology called magnetic sensor integrated circuits (ICs). The complexity, reliability, flexibility, and functionality of these non-contacting, magnetic sensor ICs have all but dispelled the need for [...]

By |October 23rd, 2018|Magnet Applications, Magnetic Design, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Knowledge, Sensor Magnet, Sensors|Comments Off on Magnetic Sensor ICs
  • Automotive Position Sensors Car IC

Automotive position sensors

Automotive position sensors Position Sensing Contactless position sensors from ams offer best-in-class stray field immunity and superior durability, and they comply with the requirements of the most stringent safety standards. Electric Power Steering Motor Control & Angle Sensing To achieve better fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions, automakers are rapidly migrating from hydraulic to electronically [...]

  • Magnetrons Magnetic Assemblies

Magnetrons Magnetic Assemblies

Magnetrons Magnetic Assemblies, Sputtering magnetrons magnet materials, magnetic designs, FAQ 1, Help us designs Magnetrons Magnetic Assemblies - We do not make Magnetrons; we make the magnetic assemblies that enable these devices to operate effectively.  In order to make a perfect magnet assembly, we would need to know the following: 1. What Type of magnetron is required? [...]

  • Magnetrons

Magnetrons

Magnetrons - A sputtering magnetron is a magnetic device that is used to enhance the sputtering process (thin film deposition). Its magnetic field is used to produce “flux tunnels” which trap electrons and locally increase current density. This higher volumetric density of trapped electrons results in greater localized ionization rates, which, consequently, produces “order of [...]

By |October 17th, 2018|Magnetic News|Comments Off on Magnetrons
  • Sensor Magnets

Sensor Permanent magnets

Sensor Permanent magnets, magnetic sensor assemblies, magnetic sensors 1, Help us designs of  Sensor Permanent magnets We do not make sensors; we make the magnetic assemblies that enable these devices to operate effectively. In order to make a perfect magnet assembly, we would need to know the following: 1. What type of magnetic sensors are you [...]

  • Magnetic Sensors

Magnetic Sensors

Magnetic sensors indirectly measure properties such as direction, position, rotation, angle and current by detecting the magnetic field and its changes. Compared to other direct methods, such as optical or mechanical sensor, most magnetic sensors require some signal processing to get the property of interest. They provide reliable data without physical contact even in adverse [...]

  • Temperature sensors

Temperature sensors for any need

Temperature sensors for any need Easy and accurate thermal monitoring and protection Since creating the first temperature sensor integrated circuits (ICs) more than 45 years ago, TI continues to drive innovations in accuracy, low power consumption and small packaging. From simple thermistor replacement to advanced sensors capable of operating over 300 meters of cable, TI [...]

By |October 11th, 2018|Magnet Applications, Magnetic Design, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Sensor Magnet, Sensors|Comments Off on Temperature sensors for any need
  • Magnetic Hall effect sensors

Magnetic Hall effect sensors

Magnetic Hall effect sensors Low power, highly reliable, cost-optimized solutions for magnetic position sensing Known for robust durability and dependable operation, MPCO magnets for magnetic Hall effect sensors are the simplest solution for any position sensing application. Whether simply detecting the closing of a lid/surface or performing complex motor commutation, MPCO ’s Hall effect sensors [...]

By |October 9th, 2018|Magnetic Field, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Products, Magnetic Systems, Sensor Magnet, Sensors|Comments Off on Magnetic Hall effect sensors