Part Number: MH3SS2
Function: Hall Sensor, Hallotron
Package: SIP 4Pin Type
The MH3SS2 is Hall Sensor for keyboard.
A Hall sensor is a type of sensor that detects magnetic fields. The Hall effect is the production of a voltage difference across an electrical conductor, perpendicular to an electric current in the presence of a magnetic field.
A Hall sensor typically consists of a thin sheet or plate of semiconductor material with an electric current passing through it. When a magnetic field is applied perpendicular to the current flow, the Hall effect causes a voltage difference across the plate. This voltage difference is proportional to the strength of the magnetic field, allowing the sensor to detect and measure magnetic fields.
Hall sensors have a wide range of applications, including position and speed sensing in motors, current sensing in power electronics, and proximity sensing in consumer electronics. They are often used in combination with magnets to detect the position and movement of objects in various systems. Hall sensors are also commonly used in automotive applications, such as wheel speed sensors and crankshaft position sensors.
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