Mikroe LDC 2 Click measures inductance change which a conductive target causes when it moves into the inductor's AC magnetic field. The board features the Texas Instruments LDC1041 inductance-to-digital converter (LDC) for inductive sensing solutions. It's easy-to-use, requiring only the sensor frequency within 5kHz and 5MHz to begin sensing. It demonstrates the use of inductive sensing technology to sense and measure a conductive target object's presence, position, or composition. It comes with an example of a PCB sensor coil designed to provide the user with maximum flexibility.
Texas Instruments LDC1041 inductance-to-digital converter that simultaneously measures an LC resonator's impedance and resonant frequency
Low power consumption
Short-range sensing technology
Supports wide frequency range from 5kHz to 5MHz
L (57.15mm x 25.4mm) click board size
5V input voltage
Contactless, short-range sensing that enables high-resolution and low-cost position sensing of conductive targets, even in harsh environments
Mikroe Sensor Click Boards
Enables the addition of sensors to applications and designs, based around the mikroBUS™ interface.