Melexis MLX90377 Triaxis Magnetic Position Sensors

Melexis MLX90377 Triaxis Magnetic Position Sensors


Melexis MLX90377 Triaxis® Magnetic Position Sensors are available in rotary and linear variants. These MLX90377 sensors support analog, PWM, SENT, and SPC outputs, specially conceived for demanding automotive applications. The magnetic position sensors are designed with Triaxis® Hall Technology for performance and flexibility. The MLX90377 position sensors feature on-chip signal processing for robust absolute position sensing and enhanced serial data communication. These magnetic position sensors operate from 4.5V to 18V supply voltage range and -40°C to 160°C temperature range. The MLX90377 sensors are available in SOIC-8, TSSOP-16, DMP-4, and SMP-3 packages. Typical applications include a pedal position sensor, throttle position sensor, ride height position sensor, and small-angle position sensor.



  • Selectable output modes:
    • (fast) SENT (SAE J2716 APR2016)
    • Short PWM Code (SPC)
    • Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
    • Ratiometric analog
  • Programmable linear transfer characteristic:
    • Either 4 or 8 multi-points
    • 16 or 32 piece-wise-linear
  • Programmable measurement range
  • Robustness against stray-field up to 5mT
  • 4.5V to 18V operating supply voltage range
  • -40°C to 160°C operating temperature range
  • Triaxis® Hall Technology for performance and flexibility
  • On-chip signal processing for robust absolute position sensing
  • Enhanced serial data communication
  • 48-bit ID number option
  • Packages, RoHS compliant:
    • SOIC-8 (DC), Single Die
    • TSSOP-16 (GO), Dual Die (Redundancy)
    • DMP-4 (VS), Single Die in Dual Mold PCBless solution
    • SMP-3 (VE), Single Die in Single Mold PCBless solution
  • Certifications:
    • AEC-Q100 Grade-0
    • ISO26262 Safety Element out of Context (SEooC)
    • ASIL-C capable for (fast) SENT, PWM Output modes
    • ASIL-B capable for analog output mode

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