NVE ABL006-10E

  • NVE

Product Features

  • GMR analog gear tooth sensor
  • Wide airgap
  • Large analog peak to peak output
  • Element spacing 0.3mm
  • Single GMR bridge type
  • Gear pitch between 0.6mm and 1.5mm
  • TDFN6 package type

Applications

  • Compliant

Description

The NVE ABL006-10E analog gear tooth sensors are versatile, wide airgap typically used with ferromagnetic gears and bias magnets. The sensor elements are spaced at 0.3mm for use with a recommended gear pitch of between 0.6mm and 1.5mm and an operating frequency of 1MHz. The ABL006 series from NVE uses differential sensor elements that provide sinusoidal outputs and is a single bridge sensor producing a sinusoidal wave form at the output.

  • GMR analog gear tooth sensor
  • Wide airgap
  • Large analog peak-to-peak output
  • Single bridge with 0.3mm element spacing
  • Gear pitch between 0.6mm and 1.5mm
  • Operating frequency of 1MHz
  • Temperature range -50°C to +150°C
  • Supply voltage range between 0V and 30V
  • Resistance range of 4kΩ to 7kΩ at +25°C
  • Saturation Field of 180Oe
  • TDFN6 Package type

The NVE ABL006-10E GMR analog gear tooth sensor covers the following applications:

  • Motion, speed, and position sensing
  • Linear and rotational encoders
  • Closed-loop servo systems
  • Automotive sensors

The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE ABL series including the ABL006-10E

NVE ABL006-10E Specifications


Specifications

Weight 0.02500 kg
Dimensions 2.50 × 0.80 × 2.50 mm
Series / Model

Maximum Resistance

Additional Features

GMR analog gear tooth sensor Wide airgapLarge analog peak to peak outputElement spacing 0.3mmSingle GMR bridge typeGear pitch between 0.6mm and 1.5mm TDFN6 package type

Operating Frequency

Temperature Range (°C)

Saturation Field

Supply Voltage

RoHS Compliant Product – NVE

This product is available fully compliant to the RoHS EU directive 2011/65/EU.

NVE ABL and AKL Series Technical Library

We are pleased to provide you with a range of additional content including videos, product datasheets, case studies, white papers and application notes for your reference. Please see below for the latest content available:

 

 

DOCUMENTATION
NVE ABL and AKL gear tooth sensor series datasheet
Current measurement using GMR sensors application note
2-wire sensor interfaces application note
Further application notes for GMR sensors
Package, tape-and-reel and pad layout specifications
NVE RoHS and enviromental compliance certificate
Case Studies
Analysis of a GMR-based Plethysmograph transducer and its utility for real-time Blood pressure measurement
Dual-stage nanopositioning for high speed scanning probe microscopy
Extending the GMR current measurement range with a counteracting magnetic field
A current sensor based on the GMR effect for design and potential smart grid applications
Flexible GMR sensor array for magnetic flux leakage testing of steel track ropes
Wireless wearable controller for upper limb neuroprosthesis
Using GMR sensors with MSP430 scan interface
Safety device uses GMR sensor
Nondestructive inspection for diffusion bonded components
GMR sensors manage batteries

 

 

 

VIDEOS
Analog Gear Tooth Sensor Reference Circuit

ABL series analog gear-tooth sensors detect gear speed and direction. NVE show a simple reference circuit and demonstrate the sensor and circuitry in a stepper motor servo system.

AKL Series Gear Tooth Sensor Demonstration

A live demonstration of NVE's unique AKL-Series digital gear-tooth sensor.

Gear Tooth Sensor Live Demonstration

NVE's Jay Brown demonstrates the extraordinary wide air-gap range of their unique GMR gear tooth sensors. The demonstration includes single- and dual-bridge analog versions, plus digital versions.

VIDEOS
Analog Gear Tooth Sensor Reference Circuit

ABL series analog gear-tooth sensors detect gear speed and direction. NVE show a simple reference circuit and demonstrate the sensor and circuitry in a stepper motor servo system.

AKL Series Gear Tooth Sensor Demonstration

A live demonstration of NVE's unique AKL-Series digital gear-tooth sensor.

Gear Tooth Sensor Live Demonstration

NVE's Jay Brown demonstrates the extraordinary wide air-gap range of their unique GMR gear tooth sensors. The demonstration includes single- and dual-bridge analog versions, plus digital versions.

NVE ABL006-10E

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