Proximity Distance Sensor using DRV5053 Hall effect Sensor

Proximity Distance Sensor using DRV5053 Hall effect Sensor

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This is a hall sensor proximity sensor that can detect magnetic targets approaching the sensor, without physical contact with the target. This sensor also can be used to detect the distance range 0-4cm (0-40mm). The target distance can be adjusted using the onboard trimmer potentiometer. The project is built around DRV5053 magnetic field sensor and LM393 comparator.  Relay provides normally open and normally closed operations and relay can drive AC and DC load, AC 230V/5Amps and DC 30V/5Amps. LED D1 indicates sensor operation, LED D2 is a power LED.

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