Universal noncontact sensors

  • 11-Jun-2011 02:23 EDT
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Providing second-generation advancements to challenging applications in harsh environments, Melexis' Triaxis sensors feature a variety of position-sensing requirements. The MLX90360 and MLX90363 are used for all linear, rotary, and 3-D noncontact position sensing. The devices are available in single- and dual-redundant implementations to cost-effectively address a range of applications including safety-critical sensing requirements. The MLX90360 provides analog or pulse-width-modulation output with fully programmable capabilities to simplify application development. Universal, maximum flexibility for applications development can be achieved with the MLX90363. Designed to be paired with an off-the-shelf microcontroller, the MLX90363 relies on serial peripheral interface output communication.  

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