the BLY172s-24v-4000 in DRV8312-C2-KIT has a Hall-sensor. From the schematic of DRV8312, it is clear that the supply voltage for this sensor is 5V.
But I can not find any other info/datasheet about this Hall-sensor.
So far as I consider, I can/wanna/have to supply the Hall-sensor with 3.3V. Don't know whether 3.3V also fits the Hall-sensor.
Did anyone already do it or know some details about this Hall-sensor?
I sent a request to the supplier....Anaheim Automation. The datasheet I have for the motor provides no information on this. Will let you know what I find.
Motor Drive Application Manager
Anaheim responded that 4.5V is the minimum voltage to power the halls.
thanks for your answer. In my application I will drop the 5V Hallsensor interface.
Just in case it helps anyone else its a Honeywell SS461R.
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