Claiming superior reliability, flexibility, and serviceability while cutting system costs, three ZMID520x sensors are automotive qualified to the AEC-Q100 standard and support implementation in safety-related systems compliant to ISO26262 up to ASIL-B. Employing an inexpensive printed circuit coil and a simple metallic target, the sensors do away with magnets commonly used with position sensors, offering higher reliability and lowering costs. The company’s inductive technology is immune to magnetic stray fields--parasitic magnetic fields that can cause electro-magnetic interference (EMI) and introduce safety risks. Thus, no expensive and complex shielding is required. Additionally, the sensors provide a variety of outputs: the ZMID5201 for analog, the ZMID5202 for pulse-width modulation (PWM), and the ZMID5203 for the SENT (single edge nibble transmission) protocol. Learn more by viewing a video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMDeVNSlHNU
Integrated Device Technology Inc.
San Jose, CA