Infineon’s XENSIV™ family was developed to meet today’s sensing challenges in automotive, industrial and consumer applications. Building on the company’s in-depth system understanding, it is the broadest portfolio of sensor types on the market, giving customers the widest selection of ready-to-use solutions offering fast time-to-market. Spanning magnetic sensors, pressure sensors, acoustic sensors, 3D image sensors (REAL3™) and radar sensor MMICs (RASIC™ for automotive), XENSIV™ ensures the perfect fit for all performance and integrity needs – regardless of the industry.
XENSIV™ sensors are designed to “smartify” lives by enabling “things” to “see”, “hear”, “feel” and “understand” their environment. They empower customers to build more intelligence into their designs, thus paving the way for new and compelling applications offering more intuitive interaction and contextual awareness. Infineon also joins forces with its ecosystem partners to jointly develop innovative, synergized use cases that give customers a clear market lead in emerging areas such as robotics, autonomous driving and building automation.
Building on the 40 years of experience that Infineon has clocked up in developing sensor products and its world-leading sensing technology portfolio, XENSIV™ delivers exceptional accuracy and best-in-class measurement performance. All XENSIV™ sensors are designed for the utmost in reliability. Enhanced design and production standards coupled with extended testing under the harshest conditions are reflected in the field-proven quality of this portfolio. Because of this robustness, customers worldwide can rely on XENSIV™ for system stability, durability and integrity over their entire product lifetime. This is a key success factor for safety-critical applications in automotive designs, for instance.
In addition, customers have the added reassurance of a proven track record. Over the past 10 years, Infineon has shipped more than 20 billion units and clearly demonstrated its ability to develop ready-to-use sensor solutions that match real-world, customer-specific needs while optimizing system design overall. Looking ahead, Infineon is committed to a path of continuous innovation and technology excellence to keep its customers ahead of the sensing curve.
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Read more about the new Infineon XENSIV™ TLI4971 current sensor dedicated for industrial applications
Infineon Technologies AG will launch a new family of current sensors and presented its first member at this year’s PCIM trade fair. The family will consist of precise and stable coreless Hall sensors. They offer a high level of flexibility as customers can individually program product parameters such as the current range, the overcurrent threshold and the output mode. This new sensor will be coming soon.
Learn more about TLI4971 in our market news: https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/about-infineon/press/market-news/2019/INFATV201905-064.html
Description of our online simulation tools
|XENSIV™ - 3D Magnetic Sensors||
3D magnetic field sensor for smaller, more accurate and robust designs. The sensor family, with low current consumption and cost-optimized design, specifically addresses the needs of new magnetic sensor applications in consumer, industrial and automotive. They are ideally suited for the measurement of three dimensional movement within a magnetic field, linear slide movement as well as 360° angle rotation.
|XENSIV™ - Magnetic Hall Switches||
Discover Infineon´s broad energy saving portfolio of Hall switches in smallest package. Simulate your Hall switch applications and see the results in an accurate simulation of the magnetic field and the switching behavior of the Hall switch in the application.
|XENSIV™ - Magnetic Angle Sensors||
Highest variety - low end to high end, standardized and specialized in all four magnetic technologies: Hall, GMR, AMR and TMR. This tool calculates the valid distance from the magnet surface to the sensor and the assembly error, given certain parameters: magnetic properties , sensor specification and assembly tolerances.