RedRock™ TMR magnetic sensors from Coto Technology

RedRock™ TMR magnetic sensors from Coto Technology

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The RedRock™ RR121-1A53-311 is a magnetic sensor with a digital logic output from Coto. It features available operate sensitivity of 9G with an omnipolar magnetic field response all with a supply voltage of 3Vdd(typical), an average supply current drain of 1.44µA, as well as a high operating temperature from −40°C up to +125°C. The RedRock™ RR121 series is ideal for use in medical, industrial, automotive, and consumer applications. Based on patented Tunneling Magnetoresistance (TMR) technology with seamless CMOS integration, the RR121 series offers multiple configurations of several parameters to enable applications like proximity sensing, rotary sensing, and level detection.

Features

  • Magnetic sensor with digital logic output
  • Operate sensitivity of 9G (typically)
  • Release sensitivity of 5G (typically)
  • Hysteresis (BHYST) 4 (typically)
  • Frequency of 250Hz
  • Temperature range of -40° to +125°
  • Average supply current (Iavg) 1.44µA
  • Supply voltage 3Vdd (typically)
  • SOT-23-3 package
  • Omnipolar magnetic polarity response
  • RoHS and REACH compliant

Based on patented Tunnelling Magnetoresistance (TMR) technology with seamless CMOS integration, the RR121 series offers multiple configurations or several parameters to enable applications like:

  • Proximity detection
  • Rotary sensing
  • Motor controllers
  • Fluid level detection
  • Utility meters
  • Consumer electronics
  • Door and lid closure detection
  • Portable medical devices
  • Wake-up microprocessor

For further information on the RedRock RR121 Series, please click here.

For further information on the complete Redrock range please click here.

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