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Honeywell Nanopower Series Magnetoresistive Sensor ICs Installation Instruction
Installation Instructions for the
Magnetoresistive Sensor ICs
Nanopower Series
50094459
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Table 1A. Electrical Specifications (Vs = 1.65 V to 5.5 V, Ta = -40 °C to 85 °C [-40 °F to 185 °F], Typ. at 1.8 V, 25 °C [77 °F] unless otherwise specified.)
Characteristic
Condition
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Vs reference to ground
1.65
1.8
5.5
V
Awake current:
SM351LT
SM353LT
—
—
0.3
1
0.8
5
5
mA
Awake time
—
—
15
—
µs
—
Vs = 1.65 V
Vs = 1.8 V
Vs = 5.5 Vdc
—
—
—
—
0.2
0.16
0.2
2.6
8
0.8
1
8
µA
—
30
100
180
ms
Average current:
SM351LT
SM353LT
0.015% duty cycle, typ.
—
—
360
310
6640
6350
nA
Output voltage:
low (VOL)
high (VOH)
load current = 100 µA
0
Vs - 0.15
0.03
Vs - 0.03
0.15
Vs
V
Supply voltage (Vs)
Sleep current
Sleep time
NOTICE
These magnetoresistive sensor ICs may have an initial output in either
the ON or OFF state if powered up with an applied magnetic field in
the differential zone (applied magnetic field >Brp and <Bop). Honeywell
recommends allowing 10 μs for output voltage to stabilize after supply
voltage has reached its final rated value.
Table 1B. Electrical Specifications (Vs = 1.8 V, Ta = 25 °C [77 °F].)
Characteristic
Condition
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Awake current:
SM351LT
SM353LT
—
—
—
1
0.8
1.12
0.87
mA
Awake time
—
—
15
—
µs
Sleep current
—
—
0.2
0.59
µA
Sleep time
—
90
100
120
ms
0.015% duty cycle, typ.
—
—
350
350
620
600
nA
Average current:
SM351LT
SM353LT
NOTICE
The sensor will turn LOW when the magnetic field is present and switch to
HIGH when the field is removed. The sensor will latch and hold the state
during the sleep “mode”.
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Table 2. Magnetic Specifications (Vs = 1.65 V to 5.5 V, Ta = -40 °C to 85 °C [-40 °F to 185 °F]
Characteristic
Min.
Typ.
Max.
SM351LT:
operate (positive)
release (positive)
hysteresis
3
2
7
5
2
11
—
—
SM353LT:
operate (positive)
release (positive)
hysteresis
6
3
14
10
4
20
—
—
*
*
Unit
Gauss
Gauss
*At 1.65 V and -40 °C, the hysteresis can reach 0.1 Gauss.
NOTICE
The magnetic field strength (Gauss) required to cause the switch to
change state (operate and release) will be as specified in the
magnetic characteristics. To test the switch against the specified
magnetic characteristics, the switch must be placed in a uniform
magnetic field.
Table 3. Absolute Maximum Ratings
Condition
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unitt
Operating temperature
ambient
-40 [-40]
—
85 [185]
°C [°F]
Soldering temperature
ambient applied for <10 s
—
—
265 [509]
°C [°F]
Supply voltage (Vs)
—
-0.5
—
6
V
Output (load) current
—
—
—
5
mA
Characteristic
NOTICE
CAUTION
Absolute maximum ratings are the extreme limits that the device will withstand without damage to the
device. However, the electrical and mechanical characteristics are not guaranteed as the maximum limits
(above recommended operating conditions) are approached, nor will the device necessarily operate at
absolute maximum ratings.
Figure 1. Block/Electrical Diagram
VS+
Clock
Counter
Decoder
V
Output
Flip Q
D Flop
AMR
0
Gnd-
2
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Figure 2. Alignment of the Magnet to the Omnipolar Magnetoresistive Sensor IC
Ideal alignment: The magnet is aligned in the same plane as the sensor IC.
Figure 2.A
The magnetic flux lines stay horizontal as the magnet approaches the
sensor IC (see Figure 2.A).
SM351LT,
SM353LT
Sensor IC
Magnet
Magnet movement
Offset alignment: The magnet is not aligned in the same plane as the sensor IC.
Figure 2.B
Parallel magnet approach to the sensor IC may cause dead zones.
Dead zones may occur when the majority of the magnet’s magnetic
flux lines become vertical as it approaches the sensor IC, turning
the sensor IC to ON, then OFF, then ON (see Figure 2.B).
Magnet
Magnet
SM351LT,
SM353LT
Sensor IC
Magnet movement
Perpendicular magnet approach to the sensor IC eliminates possible dead zones.
The sensor IC detects the approaching magnet’s horizontal magnetic flux lines, turning the sensor IC to ON. The sensor IC stays ON as the
magnet continues to approach. When the magnet is located directly over the sensor IC, all magnetic flux lines are now horizontal (see Figure
2.C). Note: This alignment decreases the magnetic flux strength at the sensor IC.
Figure 2.C
Magnet
SM351LT,
SM353LT
Sensor IC
end view
top view
Magnet movement
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Figure 3. SM351LT Typical Performance Characteristics
Magnetic Performance vs Temperature
Period vs Temperature
180
160
10
140
8
1.65 Vdc Supply
120
Operate Point
Time (ms)
Magnetic Switch Point (Gauss)
12
6
100
Release Point
4
1.80 Vdc Supply
80
60
5.50 Vdc Supply
40
2
20
0
0
-40
-20
0
20
40
60
80
-40
-20
0
Temperature (°C)
Average Current vs Temperature
3.5
20
Temperature (°C)
40
60
80
Active Mode Time vs Temperature
25
5.50 Vdc Supply
3.0
1.65 Vdc Supply
1.80 Vdc Supply
2.0
Time (µs)
Average Current (µA)
20
2.5
1.5
15
10
5.50 Vdc Supply
1.0
5
0.5
1.80 Vdc Supply
1.65 Vdc Supply
0.0
-40
-20
0
20
40
0
80
60
-40
Temperature (°C)
-20
0
20
40
80
60
Temperature (°C)
Figure 4. SM353LT Typical Performance Characteristics
Magnetic Performance vs Temperature
Period vs Temperature
20
160
140
16
1.65 Vdc Supply
Operate Point
14
120
12
Time (ms)
Magnetic Switch Point (Gauss)
18
Release Point
10
8
1.80 Vdc Supply
100
80
60
6
5.50 Vdc Supply
40
4
20
2
0
0
-40
-20
0
20
40
60
-40
80
-20
0
Average Current vs Temperature
80
60
25
5.50 Vdc Supply
3.0
20
1.65 Vdc Supply
2.5
1.80 Vdc Supply
2.0
Time (µs)
Average Current (µA)
40
Active Mode Time vs Temperature
3.5
1.5
15
10
5.50 Vdc Supply
1.0
5
0.5
1.80 Vdc Supply
1.65 Vdc Supply
0.0
-40
-20
0
20
Temperature (°C)
4
20
Temperature (°C)
Temperature (°C)
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0
60
80
-40
-20
0
20
Temperature (°C)
40
60
80
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Figure 5. Mounting and Tape/Reel Dimensions (For reference only. mm/[in].)
Sensor
Sensor Showing Polarity
2,90
[0.114]
3
GND
(-)
2,80
[0.110]
Nominal to IC
center
16
or
1,60
[0.063]
61
1
VCC
(+)
2
OUTPUT
3X 0,40 TYP.
[0.016]
0,95
[0.037]
1,90
[0.075]
0,13
[0.005]
Nominal to IC
sensing
surface
0,413
[0.016]
0,77
[0.030]
1,40 Max. 1,20
[0.047]
[0.055]
0,787
[0.031]
0,60
[0.024]
4,00
[0.157]
Tape
4,00
[0.157]
2,00
[0.079]
0,20
[0.008]
1,50
[0.059]
1,75
[0.069]
8,00
[0.315]
3,50
[0.138]
3,20
[0.125]
0,061 Top
[0.002] cover
tape
1,40
[0.055]
Reel
1,00
[0.039]
3,15
[0.124]
10,9
[0.429]
Measured at
outer edge
4,00
[0.157]
40,0
[1.57]
10
[0.394]
14,4
[0.567]
Measured at
hub
60,0
[2.362]
2,0
[0.079]
178 Max.
[7.000]
13,0
[0.512]
20,2 Min.
[0.795]
8,40 Measured at
[0.331] hub
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