Tools and Accesories

 

A selection of development tools available to assist the evaluation and integration of CambridgeIC's resonant inductive position sensing technology, including development boards and kits for CTUs. Variants are available that allow connection to different types of sensor - including Type 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6. For a more detailed explanation of sensor types and how they can be mapped on CTU performance, please see our FAQ section in the resources page.

 

 

CAM312 Development Board includes a CAM312 chip and the external circuitry required for operating up to two Type 4 sensors, or one Type 2 or Type 6 sensor.

CAM502 Development Board includes a high-speed CAM502 chip and the external circuitry required for operating a Type 2 or Type 6 sensor.

The Type 3&4 CAM204 Development Board includes a CAM204 chip and the external circuitry for up to 2 Type 4 sensors or 1 Type 3 sensor.  

The Type 2 CAM204 Development Board includes a CAM204 chip along with the external circuitry required for a Type 2 sensor.

The Type 1 CAM204 Development Board includes a CAM204 chip along with the external circuitry required to operate up to four Type 1 sensors.

The Type 6 CAM204 Development Board includes a CAM204 chip and the external circuitry required for up to 2 Type 6 sensors.

The Type 6 CAM204 Development Kit enables a user to quickly test and integrate the CAM204 CTU chip with two Type 6 Precision Through Hole sensors.

The Axial Sensor Development Kit contains parts for evaluating and developing with CambridgeIC's Axial sensing technology.

For demonstration, test and development purposes, it is convenient to communicate with CTU chips using a PC.  The CTU Adapter converts between the SPI interface of CTU chips and the USB interface of a PC.  

A selection of cable assemblies is available for connecting between assembled sensors and development boards, and for connecting to their SPI interface connector.

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CambridgeIC

Founded in 2007, CambridgeIC has developed single chip processors and a set of standard sensor designs and integration tools. These help customers embed resonant inductive sensing inside their products, by drawing on modular and well proven components.

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Cambridge Integrated Circuits Ltd
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UK
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