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How magnetic sensors are helping to drive changes in appliance designs

Gwenn Gmeinder, US business development manager, Littelfuse

From measuring electricity usage to turning off lights via remote control, smart technology is part of many of today's consumer electronic devices. Within the home appliance industry, sensors are playing a significant role in how consumers interact with smart appliances like washing machines, dishwashers and refrigerators. Temperature sensing and control are among the most important and well-established sensor functions in modern home appliances.

In this whitepaper, Littelfuse's Gwenn Gmeinder outlines the future of sensor technology in consumer appliances.

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