Graphene is a revolutionary material that is changing the way we make electronic devices. Paragraf is the world’s first company to use graphene to mass produce electronic devices using standard semiconductor processes. Our high-performance graphene sensor technology brings magnetic field measurement resolution towards that of more complex magnetic sensors, yet with the ease of use of a Hall sensor.
Graphene Hall sensors are ideal for automotive applications such as positional, rotational, and current sensing. They offer instantaneous response, wide measurement range, low power consumption, and ease of use. Post-test calibration and stress sensing are not required for automotive applications, which simplifies the peripheral electronics and reduces the need for amplification or eliminates it completely. Additionally, spinning current and demodulation circuitry is easier to implement with graphene sensors.
Paragraf’s graphene magnetic sensors can be used for:
- Position sensing
- Rotation sensing
- Torque sensing
Features and benefits
High linearity and no hysteresis
Performance without need for complex calibration, simplifying required electronics and reducing cost
High resilience to shock and vibration
Low noise measurements
Amplification electronics can be minimised or avoided entirely, decreasing cost and system complexity
High resolution and sensitivity
Rival performance of more complex semiconductors, with the ease of use of silicon
-55°C to 125°C operation
Conforms to standard automotive regulations