LDC1000: A Revolution in Sensing
David Z introduces the world's first inductance-to-digital converter (LDC), the LDC1000, a new data converter category that utilizes coils and springs as inductive sensors to deliver better performance, better reliability, and greater flexibility than existing sensing solutions – at lower system cost and power. Dave demonstrates in this video the high resolution achievable with the LDC1000 and a low cost PCB coil as the sensor.
Posted: 12-Jan-2013
Duration: 05:06
Views: 13548
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