Rotary Sensors

 

CambridgeIC's rotary sensor designs measure the precise angle of a target. Sensors are built using conventional PCB technology, so they are accurate, stable and cost effective.

Sensors work with CambridgeIC’s Central Tracking Unit (CTU) family of single chip processors to provide high-quality position data to a host device.

Standard sensor designs are available as Sensor Blueprints in Gerber format. This enables a customer's PCB designer to integrate the sensor design with their own PCB. In turn this allows them to select a mounting and connection scheme. It also allows a customer's electronics to share the same PCB as the sensor.

CambridgeIC sells sample quantities of assembled sensors for evaluation and customer prototyping. 

This range of rotary sensors is for angle measurement over a full 360° of rotation.  Sensors and targets both include central holes that allow a shaft to pass through them, and have a balanced design for immunity to misalignment.

This range of rotary sensors is for precision angle measurement over a full 360° of rotation.  Sensors and targets both include large central holes that allow a shaft to pass through them, and have a balanced design for immunity to misalignment.

This basic range of rotary sensors is available in different diameters and measures the angle of a target at up to 12mm gap.  Used on end shaft, in conjunction with a CTU chip, the system reports full absolute angular position over 360°.

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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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