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'[EE]: Looking for magnetic field sensor'
2002\08\01@011857 by Pic Dude

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Anyone know where I can get a single piece of the Philips
KMZ51 chip.  The 3 distributors are out of stock and require
1000-pc minimums.

OR...  anyone know of a similar substitute that I can use
for an electronic compass?  I'd prefer not to mess with
external moving components, so a nice all-in-one sensor
like the KMZ51 would be best.

Thanks,
-Neil.

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2002\08\01@095104 by Derek Cowburn

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RadioSnack sells a ratiometric hall sensor P/N A3515.  Not sure if this is
comparable to the KMZ51.  Call ahead or order one, they're rarely in the
store.
-Derek

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2002\08\01@101455 by s.hutch

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try this for a compass sensor:
has digital output for one model (16 compass points) or an analog output
model. Uses hall effect devices.
http://www.dinsmoresensors.com/

On Thu, 1 Aug 2002 09:49:57 -0400 Derek Cowburn <spam_OUTderekTakeThisOuTspamCOWBURN.US> wrote:

> RadioSnack sells a ratiometric hall sensor P/N
> A3515.  Not sure if this is
> comparable to the KMZ51.  Call ahead or order
> one, they're rarely in the
> store.
> -Derek
>
> > {Original Message removed}

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