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The MLX90392 is a 3D Magnetometer based on Melexis Triaxis Hall technology. Especially designed for low micropower applications, the MLX90392 features a power down current of 1.5uA, and operates on a 1.8V supply allowing to use it in cost-conscious consumer position applications such home alarm systems or gaming pads.

MLX90392 simplifies designs!

To begin with, it reduces bill-of-materials costs and saves PCB space. Measuring just 2 mm x 2.5 mm x 0.4 mm, the sensor features a UTDFN-8 ultra-thin flat no-lead 8-pin package to help designers tackle space-constrained applications. To continue, the MLX90392 internal parameter can be updated on the fly from the microcontroller I2C bus, thus eliminating the need for an extra pin. Simpler PCB can be achieved.

More about Vinicius Cardoso:

Field Applications Engineer covering Hall Effect Position and Current Sensors as well as Time-of-Flight Sensors, Vinicius Cardoso received both his master and bachelor degree in electrical engineering from Universidade Federal de Uberlandia, Brazil. In 2016, he joined Melexis, a Belgium based company that develops, tests and markets advanced integrated semiconductor products and since then he has had relevant work experience in the company’s offices in Belgium, Michigan and most recently California. As a Field Applications Engineer, Vinicius is responsible for providing technical support to customers across the Americas.


Thursday August 26th, 2021
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A Cost-Conscious 3D Magnetometer for Position Sensing Applications

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