Quick Overview – How Hall Sensors Work?

The Hall effect was discovered by American physicist Edwin Hall in 1879. Due to the nature of the current in a conductor, the current is formed by the directional movement of electrons, and the electrons move in the opposite direction to the direction of the current; normally, the electrons leave a hole in the conductor after they have disengaged, which is represented by a positive voltage.

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