Automotive Hall Effect Switch(S Pole Detection)

BD53108G-CZ is S pole detection Hall IC with wide VDD voltage range and wide operation temperature range. This IC can detect magnetic field with superior sensitivity stability by using the chopper stabilized way. This IC has various protection features built-in. (Reverse supply voltage protection, output over current protection, over temperature protection, under voltage lockout protection). Therefore, this IC is suitable for a wide range of automotive applications.

Product Detail

Part Number | BD53108G-CZTL
Status | Recommended
Package | SSOP3A
Unit Quantity | 3000
Minimum Package Quantity | 3000
Packing Type | Taping
RoHS | Yes


Sensor Type

Unipolar Hall ICs

Vcc(Min.) [V]


Vcc(Max.) [V]


S-pole Operate Point [mT]


N-pole Operate Point [mT]


Hysteresis [mT]


Magnetic Signal Input Frequency [kHz]


Average Supply Current


Output Type

Nch Open Drain

Operating Temperature (Min.) [°C]


Operating Temperature (Max.) [°C]


Package Size [mm]

2.92x2.4 (t=1.12)

Common Standard

AEC-Q100 (Automotive Grade)

Find Similar


  • AEC-Q100 Qualified (Grade1)
  • S Pole Detection
  • Nch Open Drain
  • Output Over Current Protection
  • Over Temperature Protection
  • Reverse Supply Voltage Protection
  • Under Voltage Lockout

Supporting Information



The BD5310xG-CZ / BD5410xG-CZ series features an industry-leading 42V withstand voltage that enables direct connection to a primary (12V battery) power supply. This contributes to improved reliability under battery power, which can fluctuate rapidly depending on the operating conditions. At the same time, a wide operating supply voltage range of 2.7V to 38V enables support for a variety of applications. The unique internal topology also reduces power consumption by approx. 20% over general products to achieve an industry-leading current consumption of 1.9mA. Both series comply with the AEC-Q100 (Grade 1) automotive reliability standard while incorporating multiple protection circuits required for vehicle systems.

Application Examples

Automotive systems: Door locks, seat position, seat belts, wiper motors, power windows, sliding doors, etc.


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