LDC0851EVM - High Accuracy Inductive Switch with Stacked Coils Evaluation Module

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The LDC0851EVM (Evaluation Module) demonstrates the use of inductive sensing technology to accurately detect the presence of a conductive target object passing a fixed threshold.  The module includes a perforated and interchangeable 4-layer PCB where both the sensing coil as well as the reference coil are stacked for reduced system size.  The presence of a conductive object passing the fixed threshold is indicated by a green LED and therefore no MCU is needed.  A resistive potentiometer can adjust the switching threshold easily for flexibility and quick system prototyping.

Features
  • 1.8V - 3.3 V
  • < 5% Switching Accuracy
  • Push/Pull Output
  • Temperature and other environmental variation compensation

What's Included
  • USB Cable

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LDC0851EVM:
LDC0851EVM - High Accuracy Inductive Switch with Stacked Coils Evaluation Module

$20.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
Datasheet (1)
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PDF 2523 16 Jan 2016
User guides (1)
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PDF 1995 30 Jul 2017 860
Design files (1)
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ZIP 4697 02 May 2017 211
More literature (1)
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PDF 37 07 Nov 2017 14

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Part Number Name Product Family
LDC0851  Differentially Compensated and Highly Accurate Inductive Switch  Inductive Sensing 

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