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TLE4941C

INFINEON SP000710666

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HallSpeed Different
Supplier: Infineon Technologies
Matchcode: TLE4941C
Rutronik No.: ICIN2217
Unit Pack: 1
MOQ: 1
package: SSO-2
Packaging: AMMOPACK
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HallSpeed Different Description

The Hall Effect sensor IC TLE4941C is designed to provide information about rotational speed to modern vehicle dynamics control systems and ABS. The output has been designed as a two wire current interface. The sensor operates without external components and combines a fast power-up time with a low cut-off frequency. Excellent accuracy and sensitivity is specified for harsh automotive requirements as a wide temperature range, high ESD and EMC robustness. State-of-the art BiCMOS technology is used for monolithic integration of the active sensor areas and the signal conditioning circuitry. Finally, the optimized piezo compensation and the integrated dynamic offset compensation enable easy manufacturing and elimination of magnet offsets. The TLE4941C is additionally provided with an overmolded 1.8 nF capacitor for improved EMI performance.

Summary of Features

  • Two-wire current interface
  • Dynamic self-calibration principle
  • Single chip solution
  • No external components needed
  • High sensitivity
  • South and north pole pre-induction possible
  • High resistance to piezo effects
  • Large operating air-gaps
  • Wide operating temperature range
  • TLE4941C: 1.8 nF overmolded capacitor

Parameter

Type
DIFFERENT
Configuration
2-Wire
Package
SSO-2
Vcc(max)
24 V
Top(max)
150 °C
Icc
7 mA
Automotive
AEC-Q(100)
Hall elements
2
Vcc(min)
4.5 V
Top(min)
-40 °C
Mounting
THT
Leadfree Defin.
RoHS-conform
Packaging
AMMOPACK
Supplier Part
SP000710666
ECCN
EAR99
Customs Tariff No.
85423990000
Country
Germany
ABC-Code
A
Supplier Leadtime
28 weeks
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