Saturday, December 3, 2016

Gauss Meter Circuit using Halleffect Sensor SS49E and a Linear Voltage Regulator Chip LM78L05

Electronic Kit School. - Maybe when you said about Gauss meter device, you will feel that this device is an expensive and there are many electronics hobbyist can not reach it. But, don't worry to design this device with cheaper money using combination of Halleffect Sensor SS49E and a Linear Voltage Regulator Chip LM78L05 like in Figure 1. below.

In this moment we will show you one circuit of Gauss meter using Halleffect Sensor SS49E and a Linear Voltage Regulator Chip LM78L05 that may useful for you who want to get this device. So, the main component in this circuit is Halleffect Sensor SS49E and a Linear Voltage Regulator Chip LM78L05.

Circuit 

  1. Halleffect Sensor SS49E IC
  2. Linear Voltage Regulator Chip LM78L05
  3. Resistors
  4. Capacitors
  5. Jumper
Description

Circuit like in Figure 1 above show you about the Gauss meter circuit using Halleffect Sensor SS49E and a Linear Voltage Regulator Chip LM78L05. From Electroschematics site describe that here is the simplistic design of an inexpensive gauss meter that can teach you about the strength of magnets. This construct is based on the easily-available SS49E Hall effect sensor from Linear Technology. This is an affordable DIY project presented as a design idea for further refinement and optimizing of the basic concept by way of experiment.

The SS49E Linear Hall effect sensor is a versatile device that’s operated by the magnetic field from a permanent magnet or an electromagnet. The linear sourcing output voltage is set by the supply voltage and varies in proportion to the strength of the magnetic field. The “UA” package that’s easiest to work with is called the Single Inline Package (SIP), which allows you to easily plug into a breadboard or solder into a veroboard.

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