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FEATURES Sensing on three axes Small and unobtrusive packing - LFCSP 4 mm x 4 mm  x 1.45 mm 350 A at low power (typical) 1.8 V to 3.6 V single-supply operation Surviving a 10,000 g shock Outstanding temperature stability Adjusting the BW with a single capacitor per axis Lead-free RoHS/WEEE compliance   APPLICATIONS Low-power, low-cost motion and tilt sensing applications Mobile phones Gaming platforms Disk drive security Stabilization of images Sports and health equipment


Features of DRV5032FADBZT • Industry-leading ultra-low power consumption: 0.54 A with 1.8 V for the 5-Hz version and 1.6 A with 3 V for the 20-Hz variants. • Operating VCC range of 1.65 to 5.5 volts • The following magnetic threshold choices are available (maximum BOP): 3.9 mT best sensitivity; 4.8 mT, high sensitivity; 9.5 mT, medium sensitivity; 63 mT, lowest sensitivity. • Options include omni polar and unipolar. • Options for sampling rates of 20 Hz and 5 Hz • Push-pull and open-drain output possibilities • Options for the SOT-23, X2SON, and TO-92 package • Operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C   Application of  DRV5032FADBZT • Position sensing with battery sensitivity • Detection of tampered electricity metres • Case sensing for a smartphone, laptop, or tablet • Appliances, smoke detectors, and e-locks • Medical equipment and IoT systems • Detection of valve or solenoid position • Contactless activation or diagnosis


Features of IQS231A
  • Simple GPIO output with integrated SAR user interface
  • Quick release detection significantly eliminates erroneous triggers.
  • Options for rapid release of sensitivity
  • Ample control for detecting in RF situations with high power
  • Pin compatibility with similar packaging type devices
  • Input voltage: 1.8V (-2%) to 3.6V
  • Resolution of a capacitance down to 0.02 fF
  • Up to 120pF of capacitive load capacity
  • An external pin for threshold adjustment
  • Fewest external parts possible (direct input strap)
  • Independent failsafe mode
  • OTP adjustments provide performance advantages while maintaining safety and passing SAR lab qualification as the default options.
  • Optional I2C interface
  • The master may synchronize on failsafe pulses from the synchronization output. Sense-making occurs after each pulse.
  • Sensing is only carried out when synchronization input is minimal
Applications of IQS231A
  •  SAR detector
  • Designing integrated hybrids (RF and capacitive sensing combined)
  • Applications for movement sensing (detection of user engagement, theft prevention)
  • Hold detection to activate the screen.
  • Ear-mounted detection