Does Fairchild own Honeywell now? I've had good luck with the Honeywell SS495 and a few of the other analog out varieties.There are also the Fairchild SS400 type sensors with different characteristics/options when using a small magnet..
Latch/ unlatch etc.
Please explain how you feel this will result in self destruction. I see a high input turning on the lower transistor while holding the upper transistor off, causing a low at the output. The next scenario, a low at the input will turn the upper transistor on and turn the lower transistor off, causing a high at the output. Am I wrong? If so - I can take criticism. If I learn from my mistakes - I learn something. And I certainly don't purport to know "everything". In fact, there is more I don't know than what I DO know.
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