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MAGNETO click

MIKROE-1886

30 g

Magneto click carries an AS5048A contactless magnetic angle position sensor. The sensing circuitry relies on the Hall Effect to detect the vector of a nearby magnetic field in a 360º two-dimensional plane parallel to the surface of the chip.

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Magneto click carries an AS5048A contactless magnetic angle position sensor. The sensing circuitry relies on the Hall Effect to detect the vector of a nearby magnetic field in a 360º two-dimensional plane parallel to the surface of the chip. AS5048A delivers precise angle measurements down to 0.05º in 14-bit resolution. Its accuracy is not impeded (up to a point) by misalignment, air gap variations, temperature variations, even stray magnetic fields. The PWM outputs the absolute position information. Additionally, the magnet’s zero position is programmable (via SPI). Magneto click communicates with the target MCU through the mikroBUS SPI interface (CS, CLK, MISO, MOSI). Designed to use either a 5V power supply.

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Type Magnetometer
Applications Robotic joint position detection, industrial motor position control, electronic power steering, torsion bar, digital potentiometer
On-board modules AS5048A contactless magnetic angle position sensor
Key Features 0.05º accuracy (if linearization and averaging done by external MCU). 14-bit resolution
Key Benefits Zero position programmable via SPI. Not impeded by stray magnetic fields, tolerates misalignment
Interface SPI
Power Supply 5V
Compatibility mikroBUS
Click board size M (42.9 x 25.4 mm)

Angular Measurement the Digital Way - AS5048A - MikroElektronika Learn

In the world of robotics and automation movement is always been a component. In the past there are really two forms of motion control, open loop systems and closed loop systems. In an open loop system you would use some type of a stepper motor and digitally count the number of pulses and that number ...

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