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Our brand-new sensor concept helps customers designing automotive systems, being previously not feasible.
With the two integrated vertical Hall plates, the sensor can detect the rotation direction and the rotation speed of a magnetic pole wheel.
Customers can easily build cost competitive, compact systems counting indexes up and down.
Thanks to Infineon´s more than 30 years of experience in electronics, we have steadily developed smarter sensors and combine different requirements taken from sensor and wireless technologies. Furthermore the wide experience we have gained in industrial, consumer and automotive fields enables us to provide sensors and wireless control solutions that comply with the specific demands of industrial and consumer applications - even under extreme conditions.
We are leading sensor supplier in key applications such as Anti-Blocking-Systems, remote keyless entry, the monitoring of side airbags or Tire Pressure Sensors. Worldwide, we supply pressure and magnetic sensors as well as wireless control ICs and radar devices in areas such as safety, powertrain and body electronics.
Constantly increasing requirements for higher accuracy, self-test capabilities and the need for rapid data transmission are fueling the trend towards more intelligent sensors. A growing number of semiconductor sensors feature digital interfaces. Furthermore, they have started taking over functions from the microcontroller, such as pre-processing tasks. Higher demand for convenience are driving the application of wireless interconnections, such as remote keyless entry. At the same time, remote sensor measurement requirements, as in Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems, are driving the demand for wireless sensor interfaces.
State-of-the-art semiconductor sensors are small, robust and energy-efficient with a low power consumption. Typical applications for semiconductor sensores include switches, index counting, position detection, current measurement or pressure measurement.
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