LVIT Position Sensors Stroke Long And Heavy

Alliance Sensors Group expands its sensor offers by adding to its line the LRL-27 Series of long-stroke LVIT position sensors. The contactless devices are designed for factory automation systems and a variety of heavy duty industrial or commercial applications such as solar cell positioners, wind turbine prop pitch and brakes, material chute or gate positioners on off-road or agri-vehicles, robotic arm position feedback, and packaging equipment.

 

Operating from a variety of dc voltages, the LRL-27 series offer a choice of four analog outputs, and all units include the company's proprietary SenSet field scalability feature. Features include:

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  • Linear Variable Inductance Transducer Technology (LVIT)
  • Contactless operation prevents wearout from dither or cycling
  • 5 Nominal ranges from 250 to 450 mm (10 to 18 inches)
  • Excellent stroke-to-length ratio
  • 27 mm (1.05 inch) diameter anodized aluminum housing sealed to IP-67
  • Radial cable exit version comes with swivel rod eye ends
  • Axial termination versions with either M-12 connector or 1-m cable

The LR series also includes the LR-27 for shorter stroke applications, LR-19 series for applications where a short length and smaller diameter body is required, and the spring loaded LRS-18 series. Technical data sheets and additional information can be found at the Alliance Sensors Group.

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