NVE BD027-14E

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Product Features

  • GMR nanopower medical magnetic sensor
  • Typical power consumption of 45nW at 0.9V
  • Excellent sensitivity to applied magnetic fields
  • Solid state reliability
  • Precise detection of low magnetic fields
  • Inspected and qualified for implantable medical devices
  • Ultraminiature ULLGA Package


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The NVE BD027-14E low voltage nanopower digital switch for medical devices are GMR specifically designed to run at low voltages from 0.9V with a quiescent current at 0.032μA. The BD027 sensors from NVE are manufactured with NVE’s patented spintronic GMR technology and offers a typical power consumption of 45nW at 0.9V. Inspected, tested, and qualified for implantable medical devices, they exhibit extremely stable and precise detection of low magnetic fields.

  • Low voltage nanopower digital switch
  • Magnetic operate point of 15Oe (typ.)
  • Magnetic release point of 4.5Oe
  • Operating voltage of 1.25VDD (typ.)
  • Quiescent current of 0.32μA (typ.) at 0.9V
  • Typical power consumption 45nW at 0.9V
  • Solid state reliability
  • Typical frequency response of 40Hz at 0.9V
  • Precise detection of low magnetic fields
  • Operating Temperature range from -40°C to +85°C
  • Ultraminiature ULLGA Package

The NVE BD027-14E medical magnetic sensor covers the following applications:

  • Pacemakers
  • ICDs
  • Insulin pumps
  • Neurostimulators

The below table gives the full specifications of the NVE BD027-14E

NVE BD027-14E Specifications

1. 1Oe (Oersted) = 1 Gauss in air = 0.1 mT.

2. Large Magnetic Fields WILL NOT damage NVE GMR Sensors.

3. Valid from −20°C to −40°C at supply voltages less than 1V may not meet specifications.

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NVE BD027-14E

Please be advised that due to the ongoing supply issues with raw materials affecting the global electronics industry, as well as an increase in orders received by our manufacturing partners, a large number of products are facing increased lead times in recent months. For the latest lead time and stock availability, please contact one of our engineers who will be happy to discuss lead times further and the potential for alternative parts.