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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.
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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Book Description Advanstar Communications, Inc., 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110929870581