MagCanica has developed a proprietary flux-gate magnetometer construction, and pioneers the combination of cutting-edge electronics, electronics packaging, and firmware in the torque-sensor market. With patented systems and methods that enable us to extract the highest possible accuracy from magnetoelastic torque sensors, we continue to push the limit of the technology, incorporate new enabling technologies into our sensors, and expect this to result in significant benefits in the future as well. These benefits include increased accuracy, ease-of-use, and further insensitivity to temperature, displacement, and the influence of external magnetic fields and interference. 


MagCanica offers multiple variations of its electronics: 

  • The SCM7-MS (Signal Conditioning Module – Motorsport) is designed and assembled with cutting- edge PCB technologies enabling an extremely high-density construction, weighs only 23 grams, is rated to an operating temperature of 125°C, and provides an integrated DSP with CAN and analog 0 to 5V output. The distance between the sensor and SCM has been validated for lengths of beyond 10m (30’).
  • When the operating temperature of the sensor remains less than 125°C, as is the case for torque sensor systems located on driveshafts (half-shafts), we prefer to integrate a PCB with the capabilities of the SCM7-MS directly into the sensor housing assembly itself. In this case, there are no external electronics.
  • For aerospace applications when software certification needs to be considered, and when the accuracy requirements are not as stringent (greater than 2% error is acceptable), MagCanica offers the Mil-Spec certified SCM-AE (Signal Conditioning Module – Aerospace). This module is fully analog, and offers two independent channels with a 4 to 20mA style output.

SCM7-MS motorsports module,
with and without the shell

SCM-AE Mil-Spec certified aerospace module