Global distribution agreement provides power and sensing solutions

09-08-2022 | Mouser Electronics | Test & Measurement

Mouser has announced a new global distribution agreement with Allegro MicroSystems. Through the agreement, it offers customers Allegro MicroSystems' comprehensive range of sensor ICs, drivers, regulators, and power modules, which offer excellent solutions for automotive, industrial, consumer, and energy and infrastructure applications.

"With this distribution deal with Mouser Electronics, we can now offer our highly efficient products to a much larger global audience with the high level of service our existing customers expect," said Kyle Purinton, senior director, Global Channel Sales at Allegro MicroSystems. "We look forward to a long and healthy partnership between our companies."

"Mouser customers demand efficient, reliable products, and Allegro MicroSystems meet and exceed these expectations," said Kristin Schuetter, Mouser Electronics' vice president of Supplier Management. "This agreement gives design engineers an excellent avenue for developing energy-efficient solutions across a broad range of industries and applications."

The company can now offer high-precision devices, including switches and latches, position sensors, current sensors, and magnetic speed sensors. The ACS72981 linear Hall effect current sensor ICs deliver precise AC or DC sensing solutions with response times of less than 2μs to allow overcurrent fault detection for safety-critical applications. The ACS37612 coreless Hall effect current sensor ICs provide an AC and DC sensing solution without needing a magnetic concentrator core or shield. The ACS37612 sensor ICs measure currents with a typical accuracy of 1%, delivering reliable performance for automotive and industrial applications.

The A31315 3D magnetic position sensor ICs provide on-chip angle calculation, supporting a wide range of non-contact rotary and linear position measurement for automotive, industrial, and consumer applications. The company's single-output regulators offer high-temperature operation while minimising power loss, providing robust performance for battery-powered systems, audio systems, and infotainment applications.

By Seb Springall