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Analog & Power

ams Launches Industry’s Smallest Proximity Sensor to Enable Integration of New Functionality in Space-Constrained Wireless Earbuds - News

February 16, 2021

ams launched the TMD2636, a fully integrated proximity sensor which, according to the company, occupies 30% less space than currently available solutions and delivers transformational added value to manufacturers of True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds. 

Analog & Power

New Miniature Ambient Light Sensors for Edge-to-Edge Smartphone Displays - News

February 02, 2021

ams announced the TSL2520 and TSL2521 ambient light sensors designed to fit in a tiny bezel or gap to enable a smartphone’s screen to stretch from edge-to-edge of the chassis with no aperture. 


ams Delivers Accurate Digital Temperature Sensor for Wearable Devices and Data Centers - News

December 03, 2020

ams announced the launch of the AS622. Per the company, the AS622 is the world’s most accurate digital temperature sensor.


ams Announces New Position Sensors for High-Speed Electric Motors to Improve Automotive Electrification Efforts - News

June 04, 2020

The sensors incorporate new DFS (Dynamic Filter System) technology for ideal, low-noise position measurements at rotation speed.

AI & Machine Learning

ams Launches Ultra-Sensitive NIR Image Sensor Promising Power Savings in Mobile 3D Optical Sensing Systems - News

January 14, 2020

The CGSS130 sensor from ams is, according to the company, four times more sensitive to NIR wavelengths than most other image sensor on the market today.

Analog & Power

ams Claims Most Advanced Spectral ALS Sensor for Next-Generation Smartphone Cameras - News

January 13, 2020

The sensor identifies light sources via spectral reconstruction, to achieve automatic white-point balancing accuracy under any lighting conditions.

Open Source

ams Offers Evaluation Kit for Their NanEyeC Miniature Image Sensor - News

December 27, 2019

The 1mm x 1mm surface-mount module can produce an image with 100kpixel resolution at up to 58 frames per second.