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Speed (Magnetic sensor) Forum Discussions

MichaelPi
Speed (Magnetic sensor)
Hello, there is a statement in the datasheet of the part number TLE4953C, which I do not completely understand.   It is the definition in Table 3-4 El... Show More
Gagilan
Speed (Magnetic sensor)
what's the different of speed senor's : Type of Hysteresis : hidden fixed; hidden adaptive; visible fixed; visible adaptive TLE4941, TLE4943, TLE4953,... Show More
JoKaSch
Speed (Magnetic sensor)
Hello Community, we use the  TLE4957CE6747 but this part will no longer produced. We found the following part at a distributor: TLE4957C2NE6747HAMA1, ... Show More
MichaelPi
Speed (Magnetic sensor)
Dear support, I have got a couple of questions regarding the magnetic operating conditions of the device. The IC will be used in a configuration with ... Show More
payne
Speed (Magnetic sensor)

What's the difference between these two? The model is different in CE6247, CE6747. Or where is it in the specification?

JoKaSch
Speed (Magnetic sensor)
Hello Community, I have a question regarding the datasheets of 4957C and 4957C E: Are the both Sensors shown above exactly similar and the only diffe... Show More
payne
Speed (Magnetic sensor)

TLE4957CE6247HAMA1,TLE4957CE6747HAMA1,Mainly thisCE6247andCE6747The difference of

Katie1
Speed (Magnetic sensor)

Please explain difference between E6747 and E6247 - is it just the T&R dimensions?

Thanks,

katie

 

Ash23
Speed (Magnetic sensor)
Dear all, I am trying to use TLE4921-5U IC for speed detection, will the resistance between Power and output pin vary in the presence and absence of m... Show More
Forum Information

Speed (Magnetic sensor)

In this forum you can post your questions, comments and feedback about the XENSIV™ Speed sensors. This sensor family is based on integrated Magneto Resistive (ixMR) or hall-based technologies in order to determine linear and rotational speed. Our Speed sensors can be used with ferromagnetic gear tooth wheels or encoders to measure speed and position and they are essential components for the function of safety and powertrain applications like rotating shafts. Here you can also find the links to the latest board pages, documents and FAQs.