[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Hall Effect Sensor With Magnet
We could not end this section on Magnetism without a mention about magnetic sensors and especially the Hall Effect Sensor. Magnetic sensors convert magnetic or magnetically encoded information into electrical signals for processing by electronic circuits, and in theSensors and Transducers tutorials we looked at inductive proximity sensors and the LDVT as well as solenoid and relay output actuators.
Magnetic sensors are solid state devices that are becoming more and more popular because they can be used in many different types of application such as sensing position, velocity or directional movement. They are also a popular choice of sensor for the electronics designer due to their non-contact wear free operation, their low maintenance, robust design and as sealed hall effect devices are immune to vibration, dust and water.
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