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Toyohashi researchers develop micro-hall effect magnetic field sensors

from The A to Z of Sensors

Researchers at the Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan have announced that they are seeking industrial partners for the commercialization of the Hall effect magnetic field sensors developed by them. The new magnetic field sensors have been developed for operation at high temperatures and in harsh radiation conditions. Hall effect sensors are ideal for speed detection, current sensing, positioning and proximity switching applications and are prominently used in the electronic industry for banknote authentication and optical memory disks. However the use of III-V compound and silicon-based Hall effect magnetic field sensors pose several challenges in critical applications such as nuclear power stations and outer space. more


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