LVDT Position Sensors Withstand High Vibrations And Temperatures

LVDT Position Sensors Withstand High Vibrations And Temperatures
Macro Sensors

Standing up to the high vibrations and extreme temperatures of power plants that typically operate on a 24/7 basis from 18 months to two years, the HPGS series hermetically-sealed LVDT linear position sensor features a screw-on radial connector that ensures higher sensor reliability and longer life. The connector provides a secure connection, enabling the position sensor to withstand constant, heavy vibration resulting in increased productivity and reduced downtime for repairs. It also offers a through-bore design that permits access to either end of the LVDT core for better mechanical support and core guidance as well as easier cleanout in dusty or dirty locations. The HPGS series can also be constructed to withstand exposure to mild radiation (3x107 Rads) and immersion in pressurized fluids. For more specs and details, visit http://www.macrosensors.com/HPGS_AC_LVDT_750.html

Macro Sensors
Pennsauken, NJ
856-662-8000
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http://www.macrosensors.com

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Company: Macro Sensors
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 856-662-8000
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