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Keanmon
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)
Good day, My engineering firm is looking to purchase some TLE493DW2B6MS2GOTOBO1 boards to integrate into some of our magnetic field mapping systems. I... Show More
mrask
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)
Hi, I'm unable to connect to the XMC 2Go eval board with a TLI493D eval board. I'm getting this window when attempting to connect. When I first connec... Show More
mrask
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)
I have the XMC 2Go kit and the S2GO_3D_TLI493DW2BW-A0 kit. Where is the download to the GUI to use visualize sensor data? No links have worked that we... Show More
dkroh
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)
Hello community, I am struggling with the TLE493D-W2B6 sensor. I am using the defined library for the sensor. My speed rate is really slow because I n... Show More
MMductance
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)
Hello everyone I am using TLI493D-W2BW in an application where I need to measure small (150microtesla amplitude) magnetic field ripples (frequencies a... Show More
leekings
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)
Hello. Infineon team. i'm using TLE5012 MPS sensor, and try to communicate it. (and i'm using aurix tc 364 DP) i send D021 diag to get Angle value, bu... Show More
Vishnupriya
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)

HI Team,

Could you pls suggest equivalent for  HW101A-E.

MichaelJean
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)
I'm trying to read data from Infineons Tle493d_w2b6 sensor with an Arduino Mega2560. But their example code doesn't compile because of some error in a... Show More
HNguyen43
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)
Hello, we purchased TLE493DW2B6A0 samples from digikey and built our system prototype. everything works with multiple of TLE493DW2B6A0 sensors.   the ... Show More
VictorJohnsonan
3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)
Hi I am looking for a sensor that can measure the position of a flywheel of an engine. Usually this is done with inductive sensors or hal sensors howe... Show More
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3D Hall (Magnetic sensor)

In this forum you can post your questions, comments and feedback about the XENSIX™ 3D Hall sensors, a sensor family (TLx493D) which is using a hall-based technology in order to detect the strength of a magnetic field in all three dimensions, i.e. x-, y- and z-axis. This family fits into industrial and consumer applications such as control elements and joysticks. Furthermore, it is the ideal fit for low-power automotive applications like indicators and gear shifters. Here you can also find the links to the latest board pages, GitHub, documents, simulation tools and FAQs.