CambridgeIC’s Central Tracking Unit (CTU) chips are single-chip processors for position measurement. They implement the electronic processing for resonant inductive position sensing technology, and support a number of different sensor types, including rotary and linear.
CTU chips measure the position of contactless, inductively coupled targets relative to sensors that are built from printed circuit boards to CambridgeIC’s design.
CambridgeIC uses the chip prefix CAM for its integrated circuits, including CTU inductive position sensor chips.
The CAM312 is a single-chip non-contact position sensor IC for resonant inductive position sensing. It can connect to and process up to two sensors and report results to a host over a single SPI interface.
The CAM502 is a single-chip non-contact high-speed position sensor IC for resonant inductive position sensing. It can measure a single sensor at 5000 samples per second. Measurements can be synchronised to a host SPI interface so that results are delivered to the host with as small as possible Group Delay.