Honeywell recently introduced their Anisotropic Magnetoresistive Sensor ICs, Nanopower Series. Two options deliver the choice in Sensor ICs for today’s demanding designs:

  • Two ultra-sensitive options
    • SM351LT: Ultra-high magnetic sensitivity (7G typ., 11G max.)
    • SM353LT: Very high magnetic sensitivity (14G typ., 20G max.)
  • Nanopower — Low average current of 360 nA typ. (SM351LT) and 310 nA typ. (SM353LT)
  • Push-pull output — No pull-up resistor required
  • Energy efficient — Supply voltage as low as 1.65V
  • Subminiature package — SOT-23 surface

This unique product is extremely low power – 310 nA typical with very high magnetic sensitivity. During this webinar, these two new products will be compared to existing Honeywell technologies including Hall Effect Sensors and other products in the industry such as Reed Switches. The presenter will also show the important role these sensors play in battery operated industrial and medical applications including:

  • Water Metering
  • Gas Metering
  • Electric Metering
  • Security Systems
  • White Goods
  • Digital Locking Mechanisms
  • Handheld or Battery Operated Medical Pumps

Open the Door to Inexpensive Designs and Cost-Effective Devices.

Enhanced to accommodate a wide range of applications with large air gaps, small magnetic fields and low power requirements, these ultra-sensitive devices respond to either a north or south pole applied in a direction parallel to the sensor. Because it isn’t necessary to identify magnet polarity, installation is made easier and more cost effective.


Chris Kenney
Senior Design Engineer and Project Manager, Honeywell Sensing and Control

Chris Kenney is a Senior Design Engineer and Project Manager for Honeywell Sensing and Control (S&C). He is responsible for leading new product design teams and developing new magnetic sensors for S&C’s Speed and Position business.

Joshua Edberg
Senior Design Engineer and Project Manager, Honeywell Sensing and Control

Joshua Edberg is the Global Product Marketing Manager for Magnetic and Optical sensors for Honeywell Sensing & Control. In this role, Josh leads the development and implementation of the product portfolio strategy, growth strategy and new product development.

Joshua joined Honeywell in 2006 with Specialty Materials and has held various strategic and product marketing positions of progressing responsibility throughout his career at Honeywell. Prior to this, Josh spent 10 years in sales for agencies offering corporate consultation and production with marketing communications strategies.

Joshua holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Economics from the University of California Santa Barbara.