Standard Target

CambridgeIC's standard target works with most linear and rotary basic sensors.

Its inductor is formed by a coil wound around a ferrite rod, for high Q-factor and a precisely shaped near field. It is encapsulated with holes for ease of mounting.

 

Features

  • Non contact: wireless and wear free
  • Compact
  • Sealed
  • For both linear and rotary position sensing
  • Holes for alignment and/or mounting

Performance

  • Linear magnetic axis alignment ±0.1mm
  • Rotary magnetic axis alignment ±0.2°
  • Typical Q-factor 115
  • Operating Temperature -40°C to +125°C
  • Max rotation speed 6000rpm
  • Max linear acceleration 4000ms-2

CambridgeIC's standard target works with most linear and rotary basic sensors.

Its inductor is formed by a coil wound around a ferrite rod, for high Q-factor and a precisely shaped near field. It is encapsulated with holes for ease of mounting.

 

Features

  • Non contact: wireless and wear free
  • Compact
  • Sealed
  • For both linear and rotary position sensing
  • Holes for alignment and/or mounting

Performance

  • Linear magnetic axis alignment ±0.1mm
  • Rotary magnetic axis alignment ±0.2°
  • Typical Q-factor 115
  • Operating Temperature -40°C to +125°C
  • Max rotation speed 6000rpm
  • Max linear acceleration 4000ms-2

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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
21 Sedley Taylor Road
Cambridge
CB2 8PW
UK
+44 (0) 1223 413500
info@cambridgeic.com