Sensor Technology

ACEINNA INS401 Inertial Navigation System (INS) and GNSS/RTK turnkey solution for ADAS and autonomous vehicle (AV) precise positioning

ACEINNA has announced the INS401 INS and GNSS/RTK solution for autonomous vehicle precise positioning. The INS401 is part of ACEINNA’s new product portfolio that provides high accuracy and high integrity localization for developers and manufacturers of ADAS and Autonomy solutions for autonomous vehicles of all types. The INS401 is described …

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Melexis development kit offers contactless current sensing evaluation

Melexis, a global microelectronics engineering company, has introduced two new development kits. They enable engineers to study the functional capabilities of Melexis current sensor ICs, thereby shortening customer development times and accelerating project completion. One DVK allows engineers to experiment with arrangements featuring IMC-Hall technology (with or without inclusion of …

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Arrow Electronics camera modules enable plug-and-play addition of vision capabilities to extensive range of embedded applications

Global technology solutions provider Arrow Electronics has introduced a family of plug-and-play camera modules based on sensor technology from onsemi. The modules provide original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) with a simple and cost-effective path to incorporating a wide range of camera functionalities in their products. By releasing development boards with compact …

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Secure Bluetooth low energy microcontroller from onsemi sets industry record for power efficiency

onsemi, a leader in intelligent power and sensing technologies, says that its new, secure RSL15 wireless microcontroller (MCU) provides the industry’s lowest power consumption. Enabled with Bluetooth Low Energy wireless connectivity, the RSL15 addresses the growing demand of connected industrial applications for security without sacrificing power consumption. To validate energy …

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LEM introduces HOB-P high bandwidth current sensor for SiC MOSFET applications

LEM, a leader in electrical measurement solutions, has introduced a new high bandwidth (1MHz) open loop sensor capable of current sensing in some of the harshest environments. This new addition completes the full range family of sensors offering the industry’s best performance across four nominal currents, according to LEM. The …

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Zytronic chosen for Sydney outdoor wayfinder project

Zytronic’s all-weather projected capacitive (PCT and MPCT) touch sensors are helping visitors to the Sydney Olympic Park navigate their way around. The site of the 2000 Sydney Olympics still hosts some of Australia’s most significant events, year-round. Scattered amongst its 660 hectares are sporting venues, recreational facilities, parklands, cafes and …

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Sensors for laboratory automation on show at the EuroMedLab 2021

Panasonic Systems and Solutions, a division of Panasonic Industry Europe, will present comprehensive solutions for laboratory automation at the EuroMedLab 2021 in Munich. From the 28th November to 2nd December, Panasonic will exhibit its broad portfolio of sensors and automation components for laboratory testing devices and liquid conveyance equipment at the …

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Allegro unveils 3-phase gate driver for EV and hybrid cars

Allegro MicroSystems, a global leader in power and sensing solutions for motion control and energy efficient systems, is expanding its QuietMotion product line with the introduction of the new A89307 automotive-qualified gate driver integrated circuit (IC). Designed for battery cooling fans and HVAC systems in electric (EV) and hybrid vehicles, …

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Capacitive silicone force sensor SXTSC by Sateco makes gripping safe and dexterous

The human hand exhibits a dexterity yet unmatched by technology. Force sensors can close this gap by offering feedback on the grip force, thus avoiding damage to delicate and fragile objects such as food and human body. The elastomer sensor works according to the capacitive operating principle and can continuously …

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Latest Paragraf Graphene Hall Sensors Deliver High-Accuracy Operation in Fields Exceeding 30 Tesla and at Cryogenic Temperatures

Pioneering devices set new benchmarks in linearity and output symmetry, thereby opening up an array of potential application opportunities 20th October 2021, Cambridge, UK: Paragraf™ has leveraged its expertise in the manufacturing and implementation of graphene technology to make another major advance in Hall sensor performance. The company has announced …

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