Latest New Product News from Micronas GmbH
Brushless DC Motor Controller leverages 0.18 um CMOS technology.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
Jul 02, 2014 Suited for automotive and industrial applications, embedded brushless DC motor controllers use X-FAB XH018, 0.18 µm modular mixed signal high-voltage CMOS technology. These single-chip, high-voltage controllers with flexible peripherals and direct motor driving capabilities integrate diverse digital and analog components. Computation capacity supports complex motor control algorithms, such as Space Vector Modulation, in addition to 6-step commutation with sensor feedback or sensorless control.
Direct Angle Sensors deliver absolute overall accuracy of 1.5°.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
May 29, 2014 HAL 37xy series, which consists of HAL 372x (ratiometric analog output) and HAL 373x (PWM and SENT output), uses vertical Hall plate technology. Suited for angle measurement and linear position detection, AEC-Q100 qualified series supports junction temperature range from -40 to +170°C and is resistant to air gap variations and magnet aging. Internal DSP algorithms, in combination with integrated EEPROM, enable customization and calibration for compensating application-specific impairments.
USB Kit facilitates programming of Hall-effect sensors.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
Apr 01, 2014 Able to be used directly in laboratories or research institutions, USB kit facilitates programming of HAL 18xy, HAL 24xy, HAL 36xy, and HAL 38xy Hall sensors as well as forthcoming products. Solution connects to PC via USB interface and can be used for any desired application. Featuring 12 solderable connector pins, kit is used to optimize application-specific sensor performance and allows application to be tested directly in laboratory. Programming software is provided.
Precision Programmable Hall Switch suits automotive applications.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
Mar 11, 2014 Withstanding harsh environments up to 150°C, HAL 1002 has 8 kV ESD rating and integrated non-volatile memory (redundant EEPROM cells) that allows customization via programming of switching thresholds, sensor type, output behavior, and south or north pole sensitivity as well as several temperature coefficients. End-user can program switching thresholds Bon and Boff independently from each other in magnetic range of ±150 mT and in steps of <0.5% with max threshold precision of ±0.1%.
Linear Hall Effect Sensor detects low magnetic field strengths.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
May 22, 2013 Housed in moldable TO92UT package, HAL® 835 offers ESD protection for use in automotive industry. Smallest measurement range can be extended to ±15 mT with 12-bit resolution and differential nonlinearity of less than 0.9 LSB. Unit provides analog/PWM output as well as multiplex-analog output. Implemented digital back-bias cancellation minimizes influence of interfering static magnetic fields. Designed for junction temperatures up to 170°C, sensor has integrated EEPROM for parameter storage.
Direct Angle Detection Sensor uses 3D HAL® technology.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
Jan 31, 2013 Supplied in SMD SOIC8 package, HAL 3675 enables measurement of magnetic fields in parallel to chip surface by use of vertical Hall plates. Technology also enables detection of additional spatial component (X or Y axis). Combination of these 2 magnetic field vectors and following signal processing enable direct detections of rotation angles from 0° to 360° at end or beside turning shaft as well as linear distance measurements up to ±20 mm. Angle values are delivered as PWM output signal.
Linear Hall Effect Sensors provide position measurement.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
Nov 14, 2012 Offering angular measurements up to 180°, HAL 2420 and HAL 2425 are suitable for detecting throttle valve and accelerator position in vehicles. HAL 2425 is capable of linearizing output signal using 16 setpoints with 12-bit accuracy. For storage of needed parameters, sensor is equipped with temperature-resistant EEPROM, which operates over junction-temperature range of -40 to 170°C. Both sensors can be programmed directly via bidirectional output pin by varying supply voltage.
Linear Hall-Effect Sensors suit automotive applications.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
May 30, 2012 Supplied in TO92UT package and rated from -40 to +160°C, AECQ100-qualified HAL 24xy delivers optimized linearization through flexible output compensation function with 16 programmable set points. Product can measure angles up to 180° and provides non-volatile memory to store sensor parameters. Accuracy is based on 16-bit signal path with integrated DSP core delivering ratiometric 12-bit analog output signal. Operating from 5 V, sensor incorporates diagnostics and bidirectional output pin.
Compact Linear Hall Sensor features integrated EEPROM.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
Oct 02, 2009 Supplied in TO92UA/SOT89A packages, HAL 1820 can be used for detecting position, direction of movement or fluid levels, and current measurements. It meets quality criteria of automotive component, has EMC capability, and features internal overvoltage and reverse voltage protection at power supply terminal. Also offering alternative to conventional potentiometers, product offers programmability that allows 2-point calibration and can store electrical characteristics in internal EEPROM.
Hall Sensors suit home appliance and industrial applications.Micronas GmbH Frieburg, D-79108
May 05, 2009 Offered in TO92UA and SOT89B packages, HAL 1xy family hall sensors are available for commercial temperature range of 0 to +85°C and industrial temperature range of -20 to +125°C. Applications include white goods such as selector switches, door lock, and rpm detection, power tools, and home automation such as garage/door openers.
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Dec 12, 2012
Micronas Delivered More Than 2.5 Billion Hall Sensors to the Market
Nov 06, 2012
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Oct 25, 2012
Micronas Presents High-Sensitivity Current Transducer for Use in Automotive and Industrial Applications
May 21, 2012
Micronas Presents the GAS 86xyB - The Smallest and Most Efficient Multi-Parametric Sensor Platform for Gas Detection
Dec 22, 2011
Micronas Welcomes KH Electronics, Inc. in Korea as a Strong Distribution Partner for the Sale of the Micronas Hall Sensor Product
Jun 22, 2011
Siemens and Micronas Announce Development Partnership in the Gas Sensor Segment
Apr 19, 2011
Micronas Once Again Posts Profit for First Quarter of 2011
Feb 24, 2011
Micronas Achieves a Turnaround in 2010
Aug 25, 2008
Micronas to Offer Its Smart Sensor Solutions for White Goods Applications
Feb 07, 2008
Market Trends and Restructuring the Key Factors in 2007 - Micronas Expects New Strategy to Bring Turnaround in 2008
Jul 17, 2007
Review of Strategic Options
Jul 17, 2007
Key Data for Second Quarter and First Half of 2007
Aug 30, 2006
LSI And Micronas Deliver New High-Definition ATSC Reference Design
Jun 30, 2006
Change of Chairman at Micronas
Apr 25, 2006
Results in Line with Forecasts
Apr 04, 2006
Micronas Receives Excellent Supplier Award 2005 for Technology Innovation
Feb 09, 2006
Key Data for Fourth Quarter of 2005 and for Year Overall
Jan 18, 2006
IEEE Honors Micronas Chief Scientist for Development of Digital High-Definition TV in North America
Jan 05, 2006
Micronas/WISchip and Digital 5 Partner on Digital Media Server
Dec 19, 2005
World's First Implementation of Dolby Virtual Speaker in a Television-Specific Sound Processor
Dec 09, 2005
Micronas completes the purchase of WISchip International
Oct 31, 2005
Micronas will in Future Purchase Shares for its Stock Option Program on the Stock Exchange
Oct 26, 2005
Micronas to Acquire WISchip International, a Leader in Video Compression and Streaming Technology
Oct 11, 2005
Further improvement in sales and earnings in third quarter
Sep 20, 2005
Frankfurt Stock Exchange publishes delisting decision regarding Micronas Semiconductor Holding AG
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