XENSIV™ TLI493D-W2BW 3D Magnetic Sensor

XENSIV™ TLI493D-W2BW 3D Magnetic Sensor


Infineon Technologies’ 3D magnetic sensor is dedicated for space-critical applications such as BLDC commutation in micromotors or control elements

Infineon Technologies‘ XENSIV 3D magnetic sensor (TLI493D-W2BW) combines high-accuracy magnetic field measurements with an extremely compact footprint and exceptionally low power consumption (minimum 7 nA). This sensor offers up a host of exciting use cases including innovative human-machine interfaces in the form of industrial and consumer joysticks, ergonomic pushbuttons on domestic appliances, and highly precise position control in robotics.

  • 3D (X, Y, Z) magnetic flux density sensing of ±160 mT
  • Programmable flux resolution down to 65 µT (typical)
  • Extremely small form factor: 1.13 mm x 0.93 mm x 0.59 mm (typical)
  • X-Y angular measurement mode
  • Power-down mode with 7 nA power consumption (typical)
  • 12-bit data resolution for each measurement direction plus 10-bit temperature sensor
  • Variable update frequencies and power modes (configurable during operation)
  • Temperature range: -40°C to +125°C
  • Supply voltage range: 2.8 V to 3.5 V
  • Triggering by external microcontroller possible via I²C protocol
  • Interrupt signal to indicate a valid measurement to the microcontroller
  • Anti-tempering protection in smart meters
  • Joysticks for medical equipment, cranes, CCTV-control, game consoles, and industrial applications
  • Control elements in white goods (i.e. multifunction knobs)
  • Ergonomic push-and-control buttons on domestic appliances and power tools
  • Position control in robotics

more information: https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/sensor/magnetic-sensors/magnetic-position-sensors/3d-magnetics/tli493d-w2bw-a0/

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