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NXP KMA210 position sensors for automotive applications

7/28/2011 10:47 PM EDT
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Robotics Developer   9/8/2011 2:18:30 PM
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What a neat device! I checked out the datasheet and was wondering if there will be any pictures/diagrams showing typical use/setup? I would think that this would be most helpful for robotic sensing applications and wonder what the cost is?

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agk   9/8/2011 12:37:36 PM
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KMA210 angular measurement module is ready to use precalibrated.This has a non volatile memory and user specific adjustments stored here.EMC and ESD details are given in their data sheets.Can be used at many instances apart from automotive applications.

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_hm   8/4/2011 9:18:48 PM
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This is wonderful device and it has potential application in many varied products. I wish soon it is available on Digikey. How to get smaple for it?

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