For Immediate Release:
Future Electronics is introducing a new Renesas inductive position sensor.
Montreal, Canada – September 15, 2020 – Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, is featuring the Renesas IPS2200 industrial-qualified inductive position sensor in their latest e-newsletter, Sense Connect Control.
The Renesas IPS2200 can provide the absolute rotor position as sine and cosine that can be used for high-speed motor commutation up to 250krpm electrical, in industrial, medical, robotic and consumer applications.
Inductive position sensors are useful for use in a wide range of motor commutation applications.
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