By utilizing over 20 years of experience in design and development of magnetic sensors, our engineering team has been dedicated to providing quality custom Linear Position Sensor solutions for variety of applications across different industries. Read more...More Product Announcements from Sensoronix, Inc.
Non- contact magnetic sensors that are designed to respond to a wide range of positive or negative magnetic fields and can sense relatively small changes in a magnetic field. By having magnet as a target, this unit produces a Ratio-metric Rail-To-Rail linear output. It also has an internal amplifier to boost the output to a higher level. Read more...More Product Announcements from Sensoronix, Inc.
The Series 350 DC Gaging Transducers are an integrated package consisting of a spring loaded spindle, precision linear variable differential transformer, a solid state oscillator, and a phasesensitive demodulator. The transducer is designed for excellent linearity, infinite resolution, and high sensitivity. Read more...More Product Announcements from Trans-Tek, Inc.
Understanding Sensor Resolution Specifications and Effects on Performance
The TechNote describes in detail the important factors in the interpretation of displacement resolution specifications found in most sensor datasheets - an often misinterpreted number. Read more...More Product Announcements from Lion Precision
SMAX is the full-feature and high-performance absolute linear sensor able to compete on price even with common potentiometers! Read more...More Product Announcements from Hymark/Kentucky Gauge
Novotechnik U.S. introduces the TE1 Series of absolute linear position sensors, with integrated microprocessor and associated circuitry to provide signal conditioning for a current or voltage output signal. Read more...More Product Announcements from Novotechnik U.S., Inc.
LVDTs with 0 to 10 volt Isolated Output
RDP's new DCV series of DC-DC LVDTs offers a 0 to 10 volt output that is electrically isolated from the input eliminating concerns over power supply selection and grounding issues. The DCV units will operate from +14 to +26 volts DC. They are available in measuring ranges from 0 to 1 inch (25mm) up to 37 inches (940mm) with an... Read more...More Product Announcements from RDP Electrosense
This transducer uses the Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) principle which means that it is probably the most robust and reliable position sensor type available. The strength of the LVDT sensor's principle is that there is no electrical contact across the transducer position sensing element which for the user of the sensor means clean data, infinite resolution and a very lo... Read more...More Product Announcements from RDP Electrosense