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Inductive Position Sensors for Motors and Actuators — Microchip and Mouser Electronics

 

Hall effect sensors have been quite popular for a variety of applications for many years but inductive positions sensors can provide better accuracy, better noise immunity, can cost less,  and can reject stray magnetic fields. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Mark Smith from Microchip about the multitude of benefits that inductive position sensors can bring to automotive, robotic and industrial applications. They also check out the easy to use kits that can help you get started using them for your next design.

Click here for more information about Microchip Technology LX34070 Inductive Position Sensors

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