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Coreless current sensor IC at PCIM Europe

Coreless current sensor IC at PCIM Europe
Specialist in power and sensing solutions for motion control and energy efficient systems, Allegro MicroSystems, will show a new coreless current sensor IC and the industry’s quietest brushless DC (BLDC) motor control solution at the PCIM Europe 2019 Exhibition (Nuremberg, Germany, 7th to 9th May) in Hall 6, Booth 255.
7th May 2019

Hall-effect switch and latch ICs enhance ADAS safety

Hall-effect switch and latch ICs enhance ADAS safety
Adding two Hall-effect sensor ICs to its growing portfolio of solutions for systems that require functional safety, Allegro MicroSystems has announced the release of the APS11450 and APS12450. The APS11450 is a family of unipolar switch ICs, while the APS12450 devices are bipolar latches. They are pin-compatible upgrades for existing three-wire Hall switch and latch ICs developed in accordance with ISO 26262:2011 with ASIL-B capability (pending assessment).
1st April 2019

Family of code-free FOC sensorless BLDC fan drivers launched

Family of code-free FOC sensorless BLDC fan drivers launched
Allegro MicroSystems Europe has announced the launch of the company’s QuietMotion family. This family consists of the first-to-market Field Oriented Control (FOC) brushless DC (BLDC) electric motor controllers that are customer code-free. The devices are designed to provide reliable and efficient low audible noise performance while reducing design cycle time.
29th January 2019


The most advanced transmission speed sensor ICs

The most advanced transmission speed sensor ICs
The release of the most advanced transmission speed sensor family members, complete with ASIL B certification has been announced by Allegro MicroSystems Europe. The A19520, A19530, and A19570 magnetic sensor ICs are the product of nearly 20 years of application-specific experience and technological advancement- including GMR and Hall effect technology- making them suitable for meeting the demanding requirements of today’s transmission applications.
15th January 2019

Channel power MOSFET driver provides footprint reduction

Channel power MOSFET driver provides footprint reduction
  Allegro MicroSystems has announced the AMT49105, its newest ISO-26262 compliant N-channel power MOSFET driver. The AMT49105 simplifies motor systems designs and provides footprint reduction by integrating power analogue systems requirements.
20th December 2018

Rugged micropower magnetic sensor ICs maximise battery life

Rugged micropower magnetic sensor ICs maximise battery life
Allegro MicroSystems has announced the release of a family of Micropower Hall-effect switch ICs- the APS11700 and APS11760, designed specifically for battery powered applications in harsh industrial and automotive environments. Automatic power management enables average supply current as low as 6µA while operating directly from a vehicle battery or other unregulated supply.
5th December 2018

Monolithic power monitoring IC with reinforced isolation

Monolithic power monitoring IC with reinforced isolation
Allegro MicroSystems has released a fully integrated, small form factor, power monitoring IC with reinforced voltage isolation. Allegro’s ACS724 and ACS711 Current Sensor ICs are commonly used in internet connected power outlets and other IOT devices. The ACS71020 improves upon these popular ICs by including power sensing functions and by eliminating power and isolation components that would otherwise increase the cost and the size of customer systems.
30th August 2018

New research and development centre in the Czech Republic

New research and development centre in the Czech Republic
Allegro MicroSystems has established a new research and development centre in the Czech Republic. This new centre is currently staffed with two dozen engineers located in Prague. These talented engineers will accelerate Allegro’s development of market leading, ICs for both the automotive and industrial markets. The team will initially focus on developing sensor ICs for electrified vehicles, green energy, and high-efficiency industrial motor applications.
13th August 2018

Projected growth supported with semiconductor foundry agreement

Projected growth supported with semiconductor foundry agreement
Developer of performance power and sensing semiconductors Allegro MicroSystems and United Microelectronics Corporation, a leading global semiconductor foundry, have signed a long term agreement for UMC to continue as Allegro’s primary foundry wafer manufacturer.
31st July 2018

Low EMI DC/DC buck regulators portfolio expanded

Low EMI DC/DC buck regulators portfolio expanded
  Allegro MicroSystems has announced the A8660, ARG81880, and ARG81801, the latest additions to their Regulators Portfolio. These devices reduce EMI through switching frequency dithering and allow system noise management though external clock synchronisation.
24th July 2018

Allegro hits its billionth gear tooth sensor IC sale

Allegro hits its billionth gear tooth sensor IC sale
Allegro MicroSystems is celebrating a milestone for its popular line of Gear Tooth Sensor (GTS) ICs, which surpassed one billion total units shipped. These revolutionary ICs were first released to market more than 15 years ago, and are staples in engine management, transmission and braking applications in advanced automobiles.
19th June 2018

New back-biased differential linear Hall sensor IC

New back-biased differential linear Hall sensor IC
  A new high precision back-biased, programmable Hall-effect sensor IC has been introduced by Allegro MicroSystems Europe. Allegro’s ATS344 includes differential Hall elements and is packaged in a custom back-biased package that includes an integrated magnet.
24th April 2018

AxMR tech supports broad portfolio of innovative magnetic sensor ICs

AxMR tech supports broad portfolio of innovative magnetic sensor ICs
The launch of the new AxMR technology platform has been announced by Allegro MicroSystems, which the company expects to strengthen its position as the market leader in magnetic sensor integrated circuits (ICs). The launch is the culmination of more than five years of extensive research and development efforts, a sizable investment that supports Allegro’s mission to create a broad portfolio of innovative magnetic sensor ICs for high growth applications within the automotive and industrial markets. 
11th April 2018

The latest family of fully integrated current sensor ICs

The latest family of fully integrated current sensor ICs
Allegro MicroSystems Europe has announced a new family of current sensor ICs that provide economical and precise solutions for AC or DC current sensing. A 200kHz bandwidth makes it suitable for motor control, load detection and management, power supply and DC/DC converter control, as well as inverter control. The 2.5µs response time enables overcurrent fault detection in safety-critical applications.
27th March 2018

Integrated high sensitivity current sensor IC for small currents

Integrated high sensitivity current sensor IC for small currents
The first fully integrated GMR-based current sensor IC from Allegro MicroSystems has been released with ultra-high sensitivity for applications that require less more than 5A current sensing. The ACS70331 current sensor IC incorporates giant magneto-resistive (GMR) technology that is 25 times more sensitive than traditional Hall-effect sensor ICs to sense the magnetic field generated by the current flowing through the low resistance, integrated primary conductor.
27th February 2018

2D Hall-effect speed and direction sensor ICs for magnetic encorders

2D Hall-effect speed and direction sensor ICs for magnetic encorders
The release of a new family of 2D Hall-Effect Latch ICs has been announced by Allegro MicroSystems, which feature both vertical and planar Hall elements. The APS12625 and APS12626 sensor ICs enable reduced system size and bill-of-materials (BOM) cost along with an increase in performance and flexibility due to 2D sensing. They were developed in accordance with ISO 26262 and qualified per AEC-Q100, making them suitable for automotive and other safety systems.
13th February 2018

Package designed to provide turnkey solution for ferrous target

Package designed to provide turnkey solution for ferrous target
A new package offering for its wheel speed sensor product family has been announced by Allegro MicroSystems Europe. The package includes an optimised Hall-effect integrated circuit (IC), rare-earth pellet, and high-temperature ceramic capacitor in a single overmoulded package. The fully integrated solution reduces the need for external EMC protection and integration of a magnetic circuit, reducing manufacturing complexity.
31st January 2018

Three-phase MOSFET driver IC has on-board regulator

Three-phase MOSFET driver IC has on-board regulator
A new three-phase MOSFET driver IC with an integrated low dropout regulator supplying 5V or 3.3V has been introduced by Allegro MicroSystems. The A4919 is designed for a wide range of industrial applications, and it can be controlled with block (trapezoidal), sinusoidal, or vector commutation when interfaced with a microprocessor.
2nd January 2018

High bandwidth sensors provide 3,600 VRMS isolation

High bandwidth sensors provide 3,600 VRMS isolation
Allegro MicroSystems Europe has added a new generation of high bandwidth current sensor ICs to its existing family of devices. The Allegro ACS732 and ACS733 current sensor ICs provide a compact, fast, and accurate solution for measuring high frequency currents in DC/DC converters and other switching power applications. These devices are the first 1MHz offerings from Allegro to offer 3,600 VRMS galvanic isolation ratings. The current sensor ICs are Hall-effect-based and include user-configurable overcurrent fault detection.
22nd December 2017

Full bridge motor driver designed for maximum supply voltage

Full bridge motor driver designed for maximum supply voltage
  A new quad DMOS full-bridge driver has been introduced by Allegro MicroSystems. It is capable of driving up to two stepper motors or four DC motors. The AMT49701 was designed specifically for dual axis, point of sale, office automation, security, surveillance, IP cameras, as well as industrial automation applications. 
6th December 2017


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