Hall sensor for measuring currents in automotive

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Melexis has introduced a Hall-effect current-sensing IC aimed at cost-sensitive automotive applications: belt-driven starter generators and traction inverters for low-speed electric vehicles, e-scooters, electric forklift trucks and pallet trucks. Called MLX91211, it is used with a ferromagnetic core around a conductor to generate an analogue output proportional to the current flowing in the cable or bus bar. …

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