Linear Hall-Effect Sensor with LIN Bus
The HAL 2810 is a member of the Micronas family HAL 28xy of programmable linear Hall-effect sensors.
It features a Hall-plate with spinning current offset compensation technique and a precise temperature sensor which is used for temperature compensation of both the Hall sensors sensitivity and offset.
High precision linear Hall-effect sensor
Spinning-current offset compensation
Built-in temperature sensor
Operating junction temperature range: −40 °C… 140 °C
Customer-programmable temperature compensation of Hall-sensitivity (2nd order) and Hall-offset (1st order)
Overvoltage and reverse voltage protection at all pins.
Magnetic characteristics extremely robust against mechanical stress
Digital signal processing
High-precision low-pass filter with constant gain at the pass band and a high attenuation at the stop band. Sample frequency adjustable to 27 Hz and 54 Hz.
12 bit resolution
Non-volatile EEPROM with redundancy and lock function
LIN slave according to LIN Specification Package Rev. 2.0
Supported LIN baud rates: 10.4 kbps and 20 kbps
Integrated LIN physical layering
Due to the sensor’s versatile programming characteristics and low drifts, the HAL 2810 is the optimal system solution for applications such as:
Angular measurements (e.g. for fuel-level sensing)
Linear movement (e.g. Seat track position)
Linear force or torque measurements