Inductive Position Sensors Install Easily

Inductive Position Sensors Install Easily

Suitable for deployment in harsh environments, the company’s LVDT sensors are said to be easy to install and operate on the principle of the differential transformer. They are compatible with applications such as medical technology, industrial, seafaring, in-testing facilities, machinery construction, special purpose machines, and agriculture. Housings are made from chemically nickel-plated steel with IP65 type of protection (optional IP68) and operating temperature range spans -25ºC to +85°C, expandable upon request. Unlike smooth designs, there is no need for them to be clamped with grub screws which can damage the housing and distort the measured value. Connection is via a M12 connector or a cable. The sensors are available as M12 or M18 versions with external thread and capture measuring lengths of up to 2 mm, 5 mm, 10 mm, or 20 mm, depending on the model. Linearity tolerance is ± 0.5%. The M18 sensors come with integrated electronics and a current or voltage output. For the M12 models, users can choose between various signal amplifiers which generate output signals ranging from 0 to 5V, 0 to 10V, ± 5V, ± 10V, 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA.

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