DRV5053PAQLPG Texas Instruments, Bipolar Hall Effect Sensor, 3-Pin TO-92

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Hall Effect Sensors, Texas Instruments

Integrated circuits utilising the Hall Effect to implement non-contact sensing functions.

Hall Effect Sensors, Texas Instruments

Specifications
Attribute Value
Magnetic Type Bipolar
Mounting Type Through Hole
Pin Count 3
Minimum Operating Supply Voltage 2.5 V
Maximum Operating Supply Voltage 38 V
Length 4.1mm
Width 1.62mm
Height 3.25mm
Dimensions 4.1 x 1.62 x 3.25mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature +125 °C
Package Type TO-92
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£ 0.735
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£ 0.882
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