CambridgeIC develops integrated circuits for sensing the precise position of moving parts in machines. They work with position sensors that are built from conventional PCBs, so that they are accurate, robust and manufacturable at low cost. Sensors measure the position of targets mounted on moving parts, and are tolerant of large gaps and misalignment. Our solutions deliver high performance and reduce the need for bearings, seals, housings and couplings associated with traditional position sensors. From the first prototype to volume production, our product range simplifies working with resonant inductive position sensing and helps customers build cost effective electromechanical products.



CambridgeIC’s Central Tracking Unit (CTU) chips are single-chip processors for measuring position without contact using resonan...

Linear Sensors


CambridgeIC's linear sensor designs measure the precise linear position of a target. Sensors are built using conventional PCB technolo...

Rotary Sensors


CambridgeIC's rotary sensor designs measure the precise angle of a target. Sensors are built using conventional PCB technology, so the...

Inductive Target


Targets mark moving parts, so their position can be sensed with resonant inductive technology. They are inductively coupled to a senso...

Tools and Accessories


A selection of development tools available to assist the evaluation and integration of CambridgeIC's resonant inductive position sensi...

Arc Position Sensors


CambridgeIC's arc sensor designs measure the angle of targets moving around an arc. Sensors are built using conventional PCB technolog...


Founded in 2007, CambridgeIC has developed single chip processors and a set of standard sensor designs and integration tools. These help customers embed resonant inductive sensing inside their products, by drawing on modular and well proven components.


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