Allegro Microsystems – Active Components
Allegro MicroSystems, Inc. provides innovative system-level solutions in the design and manufacture of advanced mixed-signal Hall-effect sensor and analog power ICs serving high-growth applications worldwide within the Automotive Electronics, Office Automation, Industrial and Portable Electronics markets. Allegro MicroSystems is a leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing high-performance semiconductors. Allegro’s innovative solutions serve high-growth applications within the automotive market, with additional focus on office automation, industrial, and consumer/communications solutions. Allegro is headquartered in Manchester, New Hampshire (USA) with design, applications, and sales support centers located worldwide.
Allegro Microsystems offers cutting-edge technology, a commitment to quality, and innovative solutions. Allegro MicroSystems designs, develops, manufactures, and markets analog and mixed-signal semiconductors. The Company offers magnetic sensor integrated circuits (ICs), dual element switches, micropower switches, single output drivers, and LED drivers.
Allegro is one of the world’s top makers of Hall-effect sensors, which reduce mechanical wear by using magnets to produce contactless sensors. Automakers use these specialized components in braking, steering, suspension, and other systems. The Current Sensor IC families are innovative, monolithic, isolated Hall-effect based devices that provide a fully-integrated solution in industry-leading small-sized packages. As the world leader in Hall-Effect Sensor ICs, Allegro offers a broad line of silicon-based products that serve many high-end applications within automotive and industrial electronics. Allegro’s sensor ICs are based on Hall-effect technology, which allows contactless sensing devoid of mechanical wear, sensing either an external magnet or a ferrous object. Allegro also makes power integrated circuits (ICs) used in printers and portable electronics, along with driver, controller, and power interface ICs used in a variety of applications.