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Inductive Position Sensors

Microchip’s EV08Z13A evaluation board features Microchip’s Timberwolf audio processor, capable of running the full family of Timberwolf technology firmware. The EV08Z13A is designed to help developers quickly prototype and demonstrate high-quality audio processing algorithms such as full-duplex stereo echo cancellation, beamforming, noise reduction, dynamic range control, audio event detection etc.,

The EV08Z13A evaluation board can be used to easily demonstrate algorithms for 2-way voice communication, embedded speech recognition, and audio event detection applications by using the Timberwolf Demo Tool software. Once ready for application-specific customization, the EV08Z13A can be configured and tuned with the Microchip MiTuner GUI software.

This LXE3301AL003 is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3301A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor this and other sensors for your own design.   

This LXE3301AR001 is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3301A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor this and other sensors for your own design.
This LXE3302AL002 is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3302A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor this and other sensors for your own design.
This LXE3302AR001 is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3302A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor this and other sensors for your own design.
This LXE3302ARD001 is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3302A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor this and other sensors for your own design.

This Kits includes a LXE3301AL003 Sensor evaluation board, a IPCE programmer, links to our IPCE software, and applicable cables. See our LX3302A and LX3301A Evaluation Kit User Guide how to get started with the KIT.

SENSOR PCB:
The sensor is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3301A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

IPCE Programmer:
The programmer provides simple interface between the evaluation board and the laptop, together with the Integrated Programming and Calibration Environment (IPCE) GUI, it allows data capturing, measuring and auto calibration of the device. Some key features of the IPCE are
o Simplified Sensor System Calibration and Testing
o Programs EEPROM
o Simulates Position Output
o Auto Calibration
o Stand Alone TCP/IP Addressable Software for Production

IPCE Simplifies Sensor Data Capturing Function:
The IPCE software together with the programmer allow instant data capturing either by manually click on the "capture data" button, or automatically through TCP/IP protocol. All the data captured could be easily saved into an excel file by using the "Save Datalog" button or transferred to the Analysis tab for further analysis. The only external requirement is an accurate bench method to absolute mechanical movement.

IPCE simplifies Calibration with a Single Click:
The IPCE software will simplify the calibration of the IC to the sensor. The software can simulate any data collected by the measurement tab or an external environment that is saved in our spreadsheet format. The IPCE provides a single click "Auto Calibration" function which would automatically find and present the optimal calibration result. These can then be programmed to the IC for the specific sensor.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor your sensors.

This Kits includes a LXE3301AR001 Sensor evaluation board, an IPCE programmer, links to our IPCE software, and applicable cables. See our LX3302A and LX3301A Evaluation Kit User Guide how to get started with the KIT.

SENSOR PCB:
The sensor is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3301A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

IPCE Programmer:
The programmer provides simple interface between the evaluation board and the laptop, together with the Integrated Programming and Calibration Environment (IPCE) GUI, it allows data capturing, measuring and auto calibration of the device. Some key features of the IPCE are
o Simplified Sensor System Calibration and Testing
o Programs EEPROM
o Simulates Position Output
o Auto Calibration
o Stand Alone TCP/IP Addressable Software for Production

IPCE Simplifies Sensor Data Capturing Function:
The IPCE software together with the programmer allow instant data capturing either by manually click on the "capture data" button, or automatically through TCP/IP protocol. All the data captured could be easily saved into an excel file by using the "Save Datalog" button or transferred to the Analysis tab for further analysis. The only external requirement is an accurate bench method to absolute mechanical movement.

IPCE simplifies Calibration with a Single Click:
The IPCE software will simplify the calibration of the IC to the sensor. The software can simulate any data collected by the measurement tab or an external environment that is saved in our spreadsheet format. The IPCE provides a single click "Auto Calibration" function which would automatically find and present the optimal calibration result. These can then be programmed to the IC for the specific sensor.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor your sensors.

This Kits includes a LXE3302AL002 Sensor evaluation board, a IPCE programmer, links to our IPCE software, and applicable cables. See our LX3302A and LX3301A Evaluation Kit User Guide how to get started with the KIT.

SENSOR PCB:
The sensor is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3302A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

IPCE Programmer:
The programmer provides simple interface between the evaluation board and the laptop, together with the Integrated Programming and Calibration Environment (IPCE) GUI, it allows data capturing, measuring and auto calibration of the device. Some key features of the IPCE are
o Simplified Sensor System Calibration and Testing
o Programs EEPROM
o Simulates Position Output
o Auto Calibration
o Stand Alone TCP/IP Addressable Software for Production

IPCE Simplifies Sensor Data Capturing Function
:
The IPCE software together with the programmer allow instant data capturing either by manually click on the "capture data" button, or automatically through TCP/IP protocol. All the data captured could be easily saved into an excel file by using the "Save Datalog" button or transferred to the Analysis tab for further analysis. The only external requirement is an accurate bench method to absolute mechanical movement.

IPCE simplifies Calibration with a Single Click:
The IPCE software will simplify the calibration of the IC to the sensor. The software can simulate any data collected by the measurement tab or an external environment that is saved in our spreadsheet format. The IPCE provides a single click "Auto Calibration" function which would automatically find and present the optimal calibration result. These can then be programmed to the IC for the specific sensor.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor your sensors.

This Kits includes a LXE3302AR001 Sensor evaluation board, a IPCE programmer, links to our IPCE software, and applicable cables. See our LX3302A and LX3301A Evaluation Kit User Guide how to get started with the KIT.

SENSOR PCB:
The sensor is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3302A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

IPCE Programmer:
The programmer provides simple interface between the evaluation board and the laptop, together with the Integrated Programming and Calibration Environment (IPCE) GUI, it allows data capturing, measuring and auto calibration of the device. Some key features of the IPCE are
o Simplified Sensor System Calibration and Testing
o Programs EEPROM
o Simulates Position Output
o Auto Calibration
o Stand Alone TCP/IP Addressable Software for Production

IPCE Simplifies Sensor Data Capturing Function
:
The IPCE software together with the programmer allow instant data capturing either by manually click on the "capture data" button, or automatically through TCP/IP protocol. All the data captured could be easily saved into an excel file by using the "Save Datalog" button or transferred to the Analysis tab for further analysis. The only external requirement is an accurate bench method to absolute mechanical movement.

IPCE simplifies Calibration with a Single Click
:
The IPCE software will simplify the calibration of the IC to the sensor. The software can simulate any data collected by the measurement tab or an external environment that is saved in our spreadsheet format. The IPCE provides a single click "Auto Calibration" function which would automatically find and present the optimal calibration result. These can then be programmed to the IC for the specific sensor.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor your sensors.

This Kits includes a LXE3302ARD001 Sensor evaluation board, a IPCE programmer, links to our IPCE software, and applicable cables. See our LX3302A and LX3301A Evaluation Kit User Guide how to get started with the KIT.

SENSOR PCB:
The sensor is the first step to using an Inductive Position sensor in your application. Each sensor PCB comes with LX3302A IC and passive components installed, along with a connector and cable for interface to our IPCE programmer. All you need is to power it up to get readings.

IPCE Programmer:
The programmer provides simple interface between the evaluation board and the laptop, together with the Integrated Programming and Calibration Environment (IPCE) GUI, it allows data capturing, measuring and auto calibration of the device. Some key features of the IPCE are
o Simplified Sensor System Calibration and Testing
o Programs EEPROM
o Simulates Position Output
o Auto Calibration
o Stand Alone TCP/IP Addressable Software for Production

IPCE Simplifies Sensor Data Capturing Function:
The IPCE software together with the programmer allow instant data capturing either by manually click on the "capture data" button, or automatically through TCP/IP protocol. All the data captured could be easily saved into an excel file by using the "Save Datalog" button or transferred to the Analysis tab for further analysis. The only external requirement is an accurate bench method to absolute mechanical movement.

IPCE simplifies Calibration with a Single Click:
The IPCE software will simplify the calibration of the IC to the sensor. The software can simulate any data collected by the measurement tab or an external environment that is saved in our spreadsheet format. The IPCE provides a single click "Auto Calibration" function which would automatically find and present the optimal calibration result. These can then be programmed to the IC for the specific sensor.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor your sensors.

IPCE Programmer:
The programmer provides simple interface between the evaluation board and the laptop, together with the Integrated Programming and Calibration Environment (IPCE) GUI, it allows data capturing, measuring and auto calibration of the device. Some key features of the IPCE are
o Simplified Sensor System Calibration and Testing
o Programs EEPROM
o Simulates Position Output
o Auto Calibration
o Stand Alone TCP/IP Addressable Software for Production

IPCE Simplifies Sensor Data Capturing Function:
The IPCE software together with the programmer allow instant data capturing either by manually click on the "capture data" button, or automatically through TCP/IP protocol. All the data captured could be easily saved into an excel file by using the "Save Datalog" button or transferred to the Analysis tab for further analysis. The only external requirement is an accurate bench method to absolute mechanical movement.

IPCE simplifies Calibration with a Single Click:
The IPCE software will simplify the calibration of the IC to the sensor. The software can simulate any data collected by the measurement tab or an external environment that is saved in our spreadsheet format. The IPCE provides a single click "Auto Calibration" function which would automatically find and present the optimal calibration result. These can then be programmed to the IC for the specific sensor.

Check out our getting started design page for more tools to measure, calibrate and monitor your sensors.