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HONEYWELL SS411A Board Mount Hall Effect Digital Position Sensor IC, Bipolar 3Pin, Brp/Bop: -60/60Gs, O.C.Sink output 20mA 0.4V, R/F t: 1.5µs, Supply V: 3.8-30V, Temp Compensat

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