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Infineon XENSIV Sensor Solutions | New Product Brief

March 27, 2019 by Mouser Electronics

Infineon’s XENSIV sensor portfolio enables designers to add more intelligence to devices, enabling them to truly understand their environment.

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Infineon XENSIV Sensor Solutions

Infineon’s XENSIV™ sensor portfolio includes sensors for all automotive, industrial, and consumer applications. Its solutions enable designers to add more intelligence to devices and better understand their environments.

XENSIV MEMS microphones are designed with high SNR, wide dynamic range, and low distortion to improve audio quality.

The REAL3 time-of-flight based 3D image sensor features compact depth sensing for a wide range of applications, as well as radar and lidar sensors that can detect nearby objects.  

Magnetic sensors include sensors for current, position, and speed. Consumer and automotive pressure sensors are available for multiple applications, including barometric pressure, side crash detection, manifold air pressure, and TPMS systems.

  • XENSIV™ enables “things” to truly “understand” their environment
  • Supports all automotive, industrial and consumer applications
  • MEMS microphones overcome existing audio chain limitations
  • REAL3™ Time-of-Flight based 3D image sensor
  • Magnetic sensors for current, speed, and position
  • Pressure sensors for consumer and automotive applications

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