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    May 2022

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Memorial Day, May 30.
Recent Tradeshows
Distributor KK Rocky demonstrated several NVE sensors at the Embedded and Edge Computing Expo in April in Tokyo.

In this demonstration, a toy car is guided by two GMR switches that detect when the car hits a position limit:

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Upcoming Tradeshows
pcim Europe 2022  
NVE will be at pcim May 10 to 12 in Nuremberg, Germany. See us in Hall 9, booth 433 with our distributor Hy-Line Power.

NVE distributor Angst + Pfister will represent NVE at SENSOR+TEST May 10 to 12 in Nuremberg, Germany. See us at stand no. 1-361.

NVE will be at Sensors Converge June 27 to 29 in San Jose, Calif. See us in booth 1028.

We will highlight four products at the upcoming tradeshows.
NEW! SM223 High-Sensitivity
I²C Magnetometer
The SM223 high-sensitivity magnetometer has a 1.5 mT linear range and is factory calibrated to provide precise analog field measurements. The new part has an I²C interface and a programmable digital threshold output.

We demonstrate continuous linear cylinder position control with a mechatronic harmonica player:
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ASR002 TMR Smart Angle Sensor
The ASR002 Smart Angle Sensor provides precise angle measurements via an SPI interface.

We demonstrate with a mechatronic musical pitch-pipe player:

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NEW! ACT001 Inline Current Sensor
The ACT001 is a high-sensitivity, inline analog TMR current sensor for AC or DC measurements. A Wheatstone bridge configuration provides a bipolar differential output proportional to the current through the strap.

This video demonstrates AC and DC applications:

ACT001 Demo

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NEW! ALT023 High-Sensitivity Analog Magnetometer
The ALT023 is a NVE’s most sensitive TMR analog magnetometer and can precisely measure fields from a few microtesla to 1 mT.

We demonstrate the ability to detect small magnets at a large distance:

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