In this paper a proof of concept of ultra-low power Eddy-Current Displacement Sensor (EDCS) is presented. Measurements carried out on the realized prototype, show that the sensor has a resolution up to 6 µm, with a power consumption of 28µW. The ultra-low power consumption of the sensor could pave the road towards the realization of a new generation of smart wireless displacement and proximity sensors able to gather the needed energy directly from the environment where they operate thanks to the introduction of energy harvesting-based devices.

Ultra-Low Power Displacement Sensor / Bertacchini, Alessandro; Lasagni, Marco; Sereni, Gabriele. - 627:(2020), pp. 1-7. [10.1007/978-3-030-37277-4_29]

Ultra-Low Power Displacement Sensor

Alessandro Bertacchini
;
Marco Lasagni;Gabriele Sereni
2020

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In this paper a proof of concept of ultra-low power Eddy-Current Displacement Sensor (EDCS) is presented. Measurements carried out on the realized prototype, show that the sensor has a resolution up to 6 µm, with a power consumption of 28µW. The ultra-low power consumption of the sensor could pave the road towards the realization of a new generation of smart wireless displacement and proximity sensors able to gather the needed energy directly from the environment where they operate thanks to the introduction of energy harvesting-based devices.
Applications in Electronics Pervading Industry, Environment and Society, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering 627
S. Saponara, A. De Gloria
978-3-030-37277-4
Springer Nature
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Ultra-Low Power Displacement Sensor / Bertacchini, Alessandro; Lasagni, Marco; Sereni, Gabriele. - 627:(2020), pp. 1-7. [10.1007/978-3-030-37277-4_29]
Bertacchini, Alessandro; Lasagni, Marco; Sereni, Gabriele
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