ISP2200 Inductive Sensor – A game changer for industrial motor commutation

ISP2200 Inductive Sensor – A game changer for industrial motor commutation

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High-accuracy motor commutation sensing, magnet free, total stray field immune for efficient and lightweight motor integration

The new magnet-free IPS2200 inductive position sensor is featuring high accuracy and speed, total stray field immunity, and efficient motor integration in a thin and lightweight form factor. The IPS2200 is ideal for use as an absolute position sensor in a wide range of industrial, medical, and robot applications. The sensor allows customers to cost-effectively tailor sensor design for their applications and maximize the performance of the sensor’s accuracy.

Key features

  • Industrial qualified, with stable operation in harsh environments and -40° to +125° C ambient temperatures
  • Interface: Sin/cos single-ended or differential
  • Voltage Supply: 3.3V ±10% or 5.0V ±10%
  • Rotational Speed: Up to 250.000 rpm (electrical)
  • Propagation delay: Programmable, <10µs
  • Sin/cos gain mismatch and offset compensation
  • Overvoltage, reverse polarity, short-circuit protected
  • Digital programming interface: I²C or SPI
  • 16-TSSOP package

Compared to tradition resolvers the IPS2200 is up to 10x thinner and up to 100x lighter.

Off-the-shelf tools that can be used to create tailored and customized sensing elements. The custom tools can achieve coil optimization sets within 30 minutes.

more information: www.idt.com

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