Make Sense of KEMET's Proximity Sensor

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November 7th, 2019 


The world is constantly moving and with the proximity sensor we can detect this motion. What makes this sensor special is its ability to differentiate motion based on variations in temperature. Some common applications are home automation, like smart thermostats, robot vacuums and home appliances.

In this webinar we'll show you how to get set up.

  • Capabilities of the proximity sensor

  • Technical details about the proximity sensor

  • Demonstration of the sensor and example code

What you will learn

Duration: 1 Hour

45-minute Presentation

15-minute Q&A


Nick Stephen

Technical Marketing Engineer


Nick's passion and sound technical understanding of the electronics industry has been shaped and developed during his time at KEMET Electronics. Equipped with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Nick is now spearheading global collaboration with stakeholders of the KEMET Corporation. His role as a Technical Marketing Engineer has played a pivotal role in curating the right skills and expertise to communicate effectively with Product Managers, Field Application Engineers and channel partners to drive activities that support growth and expansion for KEMET.

William Mak

Senior Applications Engineer


William earned his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Florida in 2011 - Go Gators! William is an experieced engineer with more than 10 years experience in board design, digital signal communications, and power design. William joined KEMET a year ago and has made several engineering related videos and is incharge of the KEMET Application Intelligence Center, located in Ft Lauderdale, FL. William's focus is on application usage with KEMET parts, rather than just looking at the part on its own.

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