Infineon Technologies AG Datasheets for Speed Sensors

Magnetic speed sensors rely on a magnet as the sensing element or sensed target to capture rotational or linear speed. They are typically used as gear tooth speed sensors or incorporated into stroboscopes or tachometers.
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The Infineon XENSIV TLE4986C is an active Hall sensor ideally suited for camshaft applications and similar industrial applications such as speedometer. Its basic function is to map either a tooth...
XENSIV™ - TLE4922 magnetic Hall speed sensor for 2-wheeler and automotive applications The Infineon XENSIVTM TLE4922 is an active mono cell Hall sensor ideally suited for detecting the motion...
XENSIV™ - TLE4983C-HTN E6747 Hall based camshaft sensor for SmCo backbias magnet, Nickel plated pins The TLE4983C is an active Hall sensor ideally suited for camshaft applications in automotive. Its...
XENSIV(TM) - TLE4922 active mono cell Hall speed sensor for 2-wheeler and automotive applications The Infineon XENSIVTM TLE4922 is an active mono cell Hall sensor ideally suited for detecting...