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#138389 1-Jan-2014 20:52
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Would any one know of any NZ supplier or store that stocks HW-300B/C high sensitivity InSB Hall element IC's? http://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/88977/ETC/HW300B.html

 


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  #961274 4-Jan-2014 20:30
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Why do you want that specific one from an unbranded manufacturer? I can get you very sensitive brand name hall effect digital switches with a normal voltage supply and open collector output, much easier to use (except that it is a SOT23 SMT package).




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