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What is the Hall Effect Sensor/Device [Knowledge]
posted October 21 2013 9:09.28 by spic0m




A device which converts magnetic or magnetically encoded information into electrical signals is called HALL EFFECT SENSOR. A Hall Effect device/sensor is a solid state device that is becoming more and more popular because of its many uses in different types of applications. Hall Effect devices are immune to vibration, dust and water.
This article explains all you need to know about them.

[Link: engineersgarage]
 
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