Broad energy saving portfolio of Hall switches in smallest package
In industrial and home applications our Hall switches are regarded as an ideal solution for current commutation in brushless drives (BLDC). Many applications require conventional block commutation – and Hall switches are the perfect fit here. Furthermore Infineon Hall switches are deployed in body application in classic automotive areas such as window lift modules. The sensors offer highest precision, energy efficiency are easy-to-use and are cost-effective.
Our two-in-one double Hall sensor for example eliminates the need for a second sensor, which in turn cuts engineering and production costs. Using just one sensor for example feature eliminates the need for a second sensor, which in turn cuts engineering and production costs. Additionally one sensor ensures perfect alignment of the sensor elements raising system quality and reliability.
Description of our online simulation tools
|XENSIV™ - 3D Magnetic Sensors||
3D magnetic field sensor for smaller, more accurate and robust designs. The sensor family, with low current consumption and cost-optimized design, specifically addresses the needs of new magnetic sensor applications in consumer, industrial and automotive. They are ideally suited for the measurement of three dimensional movement within a magnetic field, linear slide movement as well as 360° angle rotation.
|XENSIV™ - Magnetic Hall Switches||
Discover Infineon´s broad energy saving portfolio of Hall switches in smallest package. Simulate your Hall switch applications and see the results in an accurate simulation of the magnetic field and the switching behavior of the Hall switch in the application.
|XENSIV™ - Magnetic Angle Sensors||
Highest variety - low end to high end, standardized and specialized in all four magnetic technologies: Hall, GMR, AMR and TMR. This tool calculates the valid distance from the magnet surface to the sensor and the assembly error, given certain parameters: magnetic properties , sensor specification and assembly tolerances.