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TURCK continues to grow its range of industrial position transducers built with CambridgeIC's technology inside.  See them here.

Linear motion in machines is common, but linear sensors are traditionally too expensive and bulky for high-volume applications. Linear sensors built from PCBs are a simple alternative.

We have a selection of non-contact rotary sensors that tolerate misalignment and big gaps.

The CAM204 chip can measure up to 4 linear and/or rotary sensors, yielding a new, cost effective architecture for Multi Axis Sensing.


CambridgeIC develops integrated circuits for sensing the precise position of moving parts in machines. We specialise in resonant inductive position sensing, and our team has been leading the development of this technology for over 18 years.

Our customers are designers of electromechanical products seeking an innovative edge.  Resonant inductive technology helps simplify product manufacture.  Position sensors are built from conventional PCBs, so that they are accurate, robust and cheap to manufacture.  However until CambridgeIC's foundation in 2007, the technology required special design skills.  Our mission is to make design-in straightforward, by providing customers with a single-chip solution and a set of standard designs and integration tools.

Latest News
CambridgeIC to unveil pan/tilt angle sensors at Electronica 2014

CambridgeIC’s resonant inductive sensors are usually hidden inside products from leading electronics brands.  See them revealed at Electronica 2014 in Munich from November 11 to 14, at booth 260 in hall A4.


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Selected downloads

CAM204 CTU Datasheet