Hall Effect Sensors : Theory and Application

9780929870588: Hall Effect Sensors : Theory and Application
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Hall Effect Sensors, Theory and Application serves as a step-by-step guide for engineers who want to understand the operating principles of Hall effect magnetic sensors and their use in real-world applications. This comprehensive book addresses Hall sensor theory and practice, ranging from the supporting physics to methods of designing the devices into finished products.

Features include:

 Descriptions and characteristics of Hall effect transducer behavior and performance
 Development of Interface and Support electronics
 Descriptions and characteristics of off-the-shelf Hall IC s
 How to use support magnetics to build Hall effect-based sensing systems in real-world applications.

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Every engineer needs to know about Hall effect sensors- one of the most common sensors on the market.

About the Author:

Ed Ramsden, an electrical engineer, has worked with Hall effect sensors since 1988. His experiences range from designing Hall effect integrated circuits to developing novel magnetic processing techniques. He has published more than a dozen technical articles on sensor-related subjects, and holds four U.S. patents in the area of magnetic sensor technology. Ed resides in Oregon where he is currently employed by Lattice Semiconductor Corporation.

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Ramsden, Ed
Published by Advanstar Communications, Inc. (2001)
ISBN 10: 0929870581 ISBN 13: 9780929870588
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