High-End Hall Sensors can now be found at www.asensor.eu

High-End Hall Sensor Overview

Hoeben Electronics (Netherlands) and MA Kapslingsteknik (Sweden) have joined forces in building sensors. A new, shared, company is founded: Asensor Technology AB. All previous Hoeben Electronics Hall sensors can now be found at www.asensor.eu

  • 3 base types available: the precise HE144 Hall sensor, the stable ánd very precise HE244 and the 3D HE444
  • Many deviates like versions wired with twisted pair, ceramic versions, high temperature versions, arrays, PT100 or PT1000 included
  • All analog Hall Effect Sensors are precise and ratiometric
  • Can also be used as replacements for the Siemens / Infineon KSY14 and KSY44 or even KSY10 and KSY13 Hall sensor
  • Using proven technologies with long-term reliability and stability
  • Very high resolution, ppm level in strong fields, can be used with modern magnets
  • Optimized for low Hall sensor current, less power or battery consumption
  • Measure strong magnetic fields with high precision, even tested far above 10 Tesla
  • Many digits (6+) due to the high resolution, combined with ability to detect small changes in very strong magnetic fields
  • Wide temperature range. Already tested at 4 Kelvin
  • Robust, can be used outside specifications and will still work
  • Very low noise, ideal for magnetic measurements or controls
  • A very low PHE, no error reading in X and Y direction, perfect for ratiometric 3D magnetic field measurements
  • Moves your Hall sensing from % range to ppm range
  • Special packages are possible, just ask, we are specialized in custom packages for all kinds of electronic components
  • FR: Capteurs à effet Hall DE: Hallsensoren, Sensoren Hall, NL: Hall sensoren

General information

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  • We produce in Europe
  • Small packages with low inductance and low EMC and magnetic loop pickup, also in lower frequencies
  • The sensors have a current input and differential (balanced) voltage output
  • The sensors measure positive ánd negative magnetic fields
  • The sensors are optimized for low sensor currents
  • Integrating temperature sensing and/or current source and/or amplification is possible
  • It is possible to use the sensors outside several specifications without destroying them, especially very low temperatures are no problem at all, the sensors are already tested in liquid nitrogen
  • For dynamic, low noise measurements , we recommend sensor currents of 1 mA or lower for the HE144, 2 mA or lower for the HE244, 2 mA or lower for each channel of the HE444
  • For higher output, higher currents can be used, 5 mA for the HE144 and 10 mA for the HE244 and HE444
  • Customer specific packages can be created
  • Samples are available