Hall-Effect Sensor Module for Arduino
Detect the proximity of a magnet with this Hall Effect sensor module. When the magnetic field rises above a threshold level, the open-collector output transistor switches on, which pulls the logic-compatible output low and illuminates the onboard LED indicator.
Its fast (<2us) switching time and built-in hysteresis make it ideal as a position sensor for a motor shaft or a robotic arm.
The turn-on threshold is 35-450 Gauss, the minimum hysteresis is 20 Gauss, and the operating voltage range is 4.5 - 24 volts.
This module uses the Allegro MicroSystems A3144EUA sensor. It has a 3 pin interface, signal, V+ and GND.
All pins are standard 0.1" spaced and work great with our BLS 0.1" / 2.54mm series connectors.
To use this sensor/switch, place a 10K pull-up resistor between the "S" pin and the middle pin (+), connect the "-" pin to ground. Supply voltage to the middle pin. The "S" pin will go low (gets pulled to ground) and the onboard LED indicator will turn on when a magnet is brought near.
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