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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Jarrard: Non-contacting position sensor using a rotating magnetic vector. CTS Corporation, Mark P Bourgeois, Daniel J Deneufbourg, June 22, 2010: US07741839 (5 worldwide citation)

A sensor for sensing the position of an object includes a magnet and a magnetic flux sensor. The magnet has dimensions that include a length, a width and a height. The magnet is adapted to generate a flux field. The flux field has a magnitude of flux and a flux direction. The flux direction changes ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Jarrard: Non-contacting position sensor using a rotating magnetic vector. CTS Corporation, Daniel J Deneufbourg, September 20, 2011: US08022694

A sensor for sensing the position of an object includes a magnet and a magnetic flux sensor. The magnet has dimensions that include a length, a width and a height. The magnet is adapted to generate a flux field. The flux field has a magnitude of flux and a flux direction. The flux direction changes ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Jarrard: Non-contacting position sensor using a rotating magnetic vector. CTS Corporation, Cts Corporation, April 26, 2007: US20070090827-A1

A sensor for sensing the position of an object includes a magnet and a magnetic flux sensor. The magnet has dimensions that include a length, a width and a height. The magnet is adapted to generate a flux field. The flux field has a magnitude of flux and a flux direction. The flux direction changes ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Jarrard: Non-Contacting Position Sensor Using a Rotating Magnetic Vector. CTS Corporation, October 7, 2010: US20100253324-A1

A sensor for sensing the position of an object includes a magnet and a magnetic flux sensor. The magnet has dimensions that include a length, a width and a height. The magnet is adapted to generate a flux field. The flux field has a magnitude of flux and a flux direction. The flux direction changes ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Jarrard: Non-Contacting Position Sensor Using a Rotating Magnetic Vector. February 2, 2012: US20120025818-A1

A sensor for sensing the position of an object includes a magnet and a magnetic flux sensor. The magnet has dimensions that include a length, a width and a height. The magnet is adapted to generate a flux field. The flux field has a magnitude of flux and a flux direction. The flux direction changes ...



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