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Wiring a proximity switch for automotive seatbelt sensing

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  • BadenW Oct 08, 2009

    A hall effect sensor switch that latches based on sensing a magnetic field. This is the typical technology used already in most seatbelt buckles, but we need to provide an after-market solution that does not interfere with SRS or cause any interference with the vehicle systems or the drivers and passengers.

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Proximity switch, what exactly are you refering to?

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