Automated door & gate

Products and reference designs

Automated door & gate

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you address complex design challenges in automated door and gate systems by allowing you to quickly differentiate from the competition by saving time and energy through sensing integration.

Design requirements:

    Automated door and gate designs often require:

  • Obstacle detection to detect the presence of vehicles and people.
  • Low noise and smooth motor operation.
  • Support for wireless and wired interfaces with ESD protection.

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White paper How to optimize building and home automation designs for energy efficiency 29 Apr 2020
Technical articles Is a LiFePO4 or Lithium-ion battery better for eCall systems? 25 Oct 2016
White paper Bringing intelligent autonomy to fine motion detection (Rev. A) 20 Dec 2018
Technical articles Eight things to consider when choosing haptic feedback – part 2 18 Aug 2016
Technical articles The D-CAP+™ Modulator: Evaluating the small-signal robustness 15 Nov 2017
Application note mmWave Radar Sensors: Object Versus Range (Rev. A) 11 May 2022
White paper Leveraging the 60-GHz RF band to enable accurate mmWave sensing 02 Nov 2018
Technical articles What is the difference between Code Composer Studio v4 and v5? 01 Nov 2010

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