Renesas IPS2200 inductive position sensor IC is capable of providing the absolute rotor position

Renesas IPS2200 inductive position sensor IC is capable of providing the absolute rotor position

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The IPS2200 is an industrial qualified, inductive position sensor IC capable of providing the absolute rotor position as sine and cosine

The IPS2200 is an industrial qualified, inductive position sensor IC capable of providing the absolute rotor position as sine and cosine. This IC uses the physical principle of Eddy currents to detect the position of a simple metallic target moving above a set of coils, consisting of one TX and two RX. The IPS2200 can be used for high-speed motor commutation up to 250krpm electrical, in industrial, medical, robotic, and consumer applications. Stray filed immunity, lower weight, smaller size, and substantial BOM optimization, make the IPS2200 an ideal alternative for resolver replacement.

Key features

  • Design flexibility: through-shaft, side-shaft and end of the shaft variants are possible
  • High accuracy: customizable sensor pattern design to match the number of motor pole pairs
  • No tight mechanical tolerances: stable performance over all mechanical displacements
  • Temperature range: -40 °C to 125 °C ambient and voltage supply: 3.3 V ±10% or 5.0 V ±10%

Additional features

  • Interface: Sin/Cos single-ended or differential
  • Qualified for the industrial market
  • Temperature range: -40 °C to 125 °C ambient
  • Voltage supply: 3.3 V ±10% or 5.0 V ±10%
  • Rotational speed: up to 250.000 RPM (electrical)
  • Propagation delay: programmable, less than 10 µs
  • Sin/Cos gain mismatch and offset compensation
  • Overvoltage, reverse polarity, short-circuit protected
  • Digital programming interface: I²C or SPI
  • AB incremental pulse outputs
  • 16-TSSOP package

more information: https://www.renesas.com/us/en/products/sensor-products/position-sensors/ips2200-inductive-position-sensor-high-speed-motor-commutation

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