CTR's rotary magnetic encoder communicates over the CAN bus. Housing with screws, PCB, and a magnet are included.
Hero Hardware Platform
CTR's Hero is a user-programmable hardware platform that runs the .NET Micro framework.
CTR's Pigeon IMU offers 9 degrees of freedom and contains a 3-axis magnetometer, an accelerometer, and a gyro.
About CTR Electronics
Cross The Road Electronics was founded by Mike Copioli and Omar Zrien in 2006. Their goal is to provide robust embedded solutions for various robotic and control applications. They have successfully designed products on multiple processor architectures while incorporating various I/O capabilities and communication protocols including CAN bus, Ethernet, I2C, SPI, and USB (host and device). CTR offers designs that are unique, durable, and cost effective and have been used by customers worldwide. CTR intends to provide creative and durable solutions that meet the needs of their customer whether it involves software or hardware.