Active Part Numbers:
MPQ6400DG-33-AEC1-LF-P MPQ6400DG-33-AEC1-LF-Z MPQ6400DG-33-LF-P MPQ6400DG-33-LF-Z
Meaning of P & Z
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) units for both industrial and residential applications must offer customers the key features of reliability, energy efficiency, and convenience. The best HVAC systems provide temperature adjustments and air circulation without introducing a lot of noise or raising power bills. New generations of HVAC units are integrating smart-home ready features ...
UNDERSTANDING ANGLE POSITION SENSOR RESOLUTION AND BANDWIDTH IN SERVO CONTROL LOOPS
This presentation details the advantages of magnetic angle sensing compared to optical sensing, the differences between Hall-effect and TMR-based solutions, and how to assess resolution accuracy and bandwidth. Learn the impact of error sources, and the importance of calculating real resolution in an application. Next-generation TMR sensor solutions such as the MA600 offer new levels of sensitivity...
MA102/MA302: 12-BIT, COMPACT ANGLE SENSORS FOR BLDC MOTOR COMMUTATION
The MagAlpha MA102 and MA302 series replaces discrete Hall switches in any block commutated brushless DC (BLDC) motor, including power tools, fans, white goods, automotive applications, and more. These sensors are available in a small QFN (3mmx3mm) package, providing flexibility for highly compact designs. Changing to a single MA102 or MA302 reduces board space by up to 70% with no need for a sepa...
HIGH-PERFORMANCE ANGLE, POSITION, AND CURRENT SENSING
Overview of MPS position sensors and current sensors.
USING MAGALPHA ROTARY MAGNETIC SENSORS IN SIDE SHAFT MODE
The previous article discussed types of magnet and their uses with MPS MagAlpha sensors in “end of shaft” mode. This article will explore the “side shaft“ mode topology. MPS MagAlpha sensors utilize an array of Hall elements in the center of the IC that sense the horizontal vector of the field from the rotating magnet. This field typically comes from a simple two-pole, diam...
CHOOSING THE RIGHT MAGNET FOR MAGALPHA SENSORS
The MPS MagAlpha family offers rotary Hall effect magnetic sensors that sense the position of a magnet as it rotates above or at the side of the sensor. Exact magnet sizes, shapes, and materials should be selected depending on application requirements and target costs. This article discusses tradeoffs, and how to choose the best magnet for an application. MPS MagAlpha sensors utilize an array o...
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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MAGALPHA MAGNETIC ANGLE SENSOR FAMILY
The ability to detect position or speed is a fundamental requirement in the control and monitoring of many mechanical systems. Slow speed position measurement in applications such as motorized actuators has historically used resistive potentiometers. In high-speed applications such as servo motors, optical encoders have typically been used. Though potentiometers are inexpensive, they suffer from ...
MCAR ANGLE SENSORS
The mCar is a demonstration and marketing platform for MPS hardware. It integrates MPS power and motion control components in a real, large scale system that allows MPS teams to implement and test hardware and software on a challenging application. mCar was fully developed and fabricated in-house at MPS. Learn more about themCaror visit ourautomotivecomponentspage. MA704 10-bit, High Bandwith, ...
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