Noncontact Inductive Sensing System from Kaman

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Kaman Precision Products

The KD-2306 from Kaman Precision Products | Measuring, Middletown, CT, is a noncontact linear displacement measuring instrument with resolution down to 10 nm and speeds to 50 kHz. Based on the company's balanced-bridge inductive eddy current technology, the system makes high-precision static and dynamic measurements and supports ambient, moderate temperature, and cryogenic-rated sensors. Standard sensing ranges are from 0.02 in. to 2.4 in. with 0.01% F.S. resolution or better, nonlinearity down to 0.25% F.S., and the system can sense ferrous and nonferrous metal targets. Applications include lab work, production, and process automation.

Contact Info

Company: Kaman Precision Products
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-552-6267

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