Hall Effect

Hall Effect
B8R09335

Product code: B8R09335

GBP45
GBP54 inc VAT
Out of stock

The Hall effect experiment makes it possible to demonstrate the Hall effect using very simple equipment. The Hall effect sensor measures 3 x 3 x 0.5mm and is mounted on a printed circuit board. The circulating current can be provided by three 1.5V batteries, or a regulated power supply (Max current 10mA). A preset is provided so that the Hall voltage can be zeroed. When a magnet is brought near to the sensor, the Hall voltage developed can be measured directly using a millivoltmeter.

The Hall voltage is proportional to the circulating current, multiplied by the magnetic flux density at the sensor. Observe the effects of the orientation of the magnet; reversing the magnet; varying the circulating current. All sockets are 4mm and the board size is 80 x 120mm.

Open-circuit Hall voltage: B=1 T typical 200 mV at I=1 mA

Linearity of Hall voltage: at I=1 mA B = ± 0 to 1 T ≤± 0,2 %

GBP45
GBP54 inc VAT
Out of stock

The Hall effect experiment makes it possible to demonstrate the Hall effect using very simple equipment. The Hall effect sensor measures 3 x 3 x 0.5mm and is mounted on a printed circuit board. The circulating current can be provided by three 1.5V batteries, or a regulated power supply (Max current 10mA). A preset is provided so that the Hall voltage can be zeroed. When a magnet is brought near to the sensor, the Hall voltage developed can be measured directly using a millivoltmeter.

The Hall voltage is proportional to the circulating current, multiplied by the magnetic flux density at the sensor. Observe the effects of the orientation of the magnet; reversing the magnet; varying the circulating current. All sockets are 4mm and the board size is 80 x 120mm.

Open-circuit Hall voltage: B=1 T typical 200 mV at I=1 mA

Linearity of Hall voltage: at I=1 mA B = ± 0 to 1 T ≤± 0,2 %

You May Also Like