Embedded World's theme this year is 'Embedded Intelligence' exploring electronic systems, e-mobility, energy efficiency and Internet of Things.
If your embedded application needs precision, non contact location of moving parts then do drop by to see CambridgeIC's demo at Hall 3, booth 341 and pick up a development board with our latest position sensing chip, the CAM312.
Our unique resonant inductive sensor allows non contact measurement of moving parts that is tolerant of misalignment, robust to dirt, dust and moisture, and highly cost effective. A target is attached to the moving part and the sensor built into PCBs in your existing design, saving space and costs. The system is precise, responsive and is particularly good for multi axis sensing, including linear, rotary and arc sensing.
Our family of position measuring ICs has been used in a wide range of applications for nearly a decade to bring high performance and low costs even to the most challenging design. A wide range of designs are available to be built into PCBs and the ICs calculate position with excellent responsiveness and precision, which gives refined, repeatable control of fast moving parts.
*Please note: if you have not used a CambridgeIC development board before please have a look at our development kits for the accessories needed to test the system.