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  • Sizing and Applying Magnetostrictive Linear Position Sensors
    temperature, pressure, flow, force, or position, for example. The type of measurement and the sensor technology will dictate the set of parameters which are important in specifying and sizing the appropriate sensor. Linear-position sensors measure absolute distance along a motion axis
  • Technology and Benefits of Programmable Linear Position Sensors (Based on Inductive Measurement)
    This white paper describes new technology that enable engineers to easily program key. functions into a linear position sensor and the inductive sensing technology that makes. it possible. The benefits in general and some types of applications that can benefit from this. technology will be covered
  • Linear Position Sensor MR/LVI Calibration using SenSet TM Field Programmability
    Alliance Sensors' MR and LVI series Linear Position Sensors offer SenSet TM Field Programmability. SenSet TM allows the installer to very simply and quickly exactly match the full scale electrical output of a sensor to the actual mechanical movement range of the device in which the sensor
  • Sensors Reference Guide: One Sensor, Multiple Targets
    magnetostriction as a feedback mechanism. * A single linear sensor monitors 20 positions. * Time to read 20 positions matches that of a single position. * Strokes over 5,000 mm, accuracy of +-20 mm, and resolutions of 1 mm. Magnetostrictive Sensors For Bottle Filling Sensor electronics send out
  • Replacing Linear Encoders with Magnetostrictive Technology
    Designing with Magnetostrictive Sensors opens many options. This article explores how Design Engineers are increasingly finding that magnetostrictive linear position sensors can replace their encoders in applications while improving productivity and cost of ownership.
  • Replacing Linear Encoders with Magnetostrictive Sensing (.pdf)
    Designing with Magnetostrictive Sensors opens many options. This article explores how Design Engineers are increasingly finding that magnetostrictive linear position sensors can replace their encoders in applications while improving productivity and cost of ownership.
  • Position Sensors and Position-Sensing Instruments
    Position sensors include wide range of sensors, switches and technologies that are used to determine the placement, speed or movement, direction, and location of a given target. Linear position devices include cable extension, capacitive, eddy current, fiber optic, Hall effect, inductive, magneto
  • Finding the right sensor for linear displacement
    the right sensor to the application requires that design engineers have a working knowledge of the operating characteristics behind today's position sensors. These devices, known as linear-position and displacement sensors, are proportionaloutput devices that continuously indicate position

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