|Type||Low Power Consumption|
|Operating Voltage||2.4 ~ 5.5V|
|Average Supply Current||8µA|
|Operating Magnetic Flux Density||±3mT|
Hall Sensor IC
The XC3202B is a Hall effect magnetic sensor IC with a built-in CMOS driver. The XC3202B is ideally suited for battery portable applications such as mobile phones, electronic dictionaries and handheld game consoles.
The XC3202B takes advantage of the Hall effect to translate the magnetic field detected by its sensors into a voltage that can be used to control the two integrated FET’s at its output side.
Being an omnipolar Hall effect IC, the XC3202B doesn’t really differentiate between North Pole and South Pole magnetic fluxes and, so, its output becomes “low” whenever the magnetism of one of these two poles becomes strong enough.
The XC3202B is available in the SOT-23D package as well as the ultra small QFN-0601 package (2.0mm x 2.0mm x 0.6mm).
• Supply Voltage: 2.4V ~ 5.5V
• Average Supply Current: 8μA
• Operating Point: 3mT (South Pole), -3mT (North Pole)
• Release Point: 2mT (South Pole), -2mT (North Pole)