ANSWER: This is the best one I found for my purpose mouser.be/new/Texas-Instruments/ti-drv5053-hall-effect-sensor
I'm doing a project where I use Hall effect sensor as a proximity meter.
Using to (electro)magnets opposing each other to know a certain data when their in rest or in active state? The states between 2 (electro)magnets are then : 1-1, 1-0,0-1,0-0 or S-S, S-N, N-S, N-N.
But my arduino should get the data from the hall sensor between the magnets and give a digital or analog input that I can then reroute to MAX/MSP.
The sensors I've bought aren't really good I guess because the value isn't significant much.
The type I have is the US5881LUA => info this is unipolar, and I would like to have a bipolar one, or a way to get both sides of the magnetic poles that it gets from the 2 magnets.
- Is there a more accurate sensor on the market.
- Do I have to use an other type of sensor for this.
- Is this project possible in theory.
- Did anybody try to read the data from it to an arduino and do this want to share their experience.