MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd. 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 TMR1222 magnetic switches integrated the tunneling magnetoresistance (TMR) magnetic sensor and CMOS circuitry, which is able to detect the change of magnetic field and output high and low voltage...
The TMR400X magnetic gear tooth sensors utilize a unique push-pull Wheatstone bridge design, including one or two Wheatstone full bridges, with four or eight unshielded high sensitivity TMR sensing elements.
The TMR401X magnetic gear tooth sensors utilize a unique push-pull Wheatstone bridge design, including one or two Wheatstone full bridges, with four or eight unshielded high sensitivity TMR sensing elements.
TMR1148 is a unipolar magnetic switch integrated the tunneling magnetoresistance (TMR) magnetic sensor and CMOS circuitry, which is able to detect the change of magnetic field and output high and...
TMR1363 is an omnipolar magnetic switch integrated the tunnel magnetoresistance (TMR) magnetic sensor and CMOS circuitry, which is able to detect the change of magnetic field and output high and...
TMR1365 is an omnipolar magnetic switch integrated the tunnel magnetoresistance (TMR) magnetic sensor and CMOS circuitry, which is able to detect the change of magnetic field and output high and...
TMR4M02/03/04/05/08 gear tooth sensors are composed of a dual-channel push-pull Wheatstone full bridge including eight high-sensitivity tunneling magnetoresistance (TMR) sensing elements. The placement of TMR sensing elements is designed for...