Non-chopper-stabilized versus chopper-stabilized bipolar latching Hall-effect sensors

April 23, 2014 // By Honeywell
Honeywell Sensing and Control has developed a high sensitivity and fast response bipolar latching sensor by using a quad Hall element without chopper stabilization. This new design offers high sensitivity, repeatability, and fast response time, that all contribute to an efficient BLDC motor design. This paper shows the results of a low gauss latch competitive evaluation performed by Honeywell, between Honeywell’s non-chopper-stabilized SS460S bipolar latching Hall-effect sensor and five chopper-stabilized competitor products
Honeywell, Hall Effect switches, sensors, Infineon, Melexis, Micronas, Allegro, Diodes