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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.
  • 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
  • Linear Position and Displacement Measurement With Capacitive and Eddy-Current Sensors
    Virtually all capacitive and eddy-current sensor applications are fundamentally a measure of displacement (position change) of an object. This Application Note details the specifics of making such a measurement and what is required to make reliable measurements in micro and nano displacement
  • Magnetostrictive Position Transducers in Medical Applications
    increments can be as fine as the electronic interface will support. A typical magnetostrictive linear position transducer is shown in figure 1. It comprises an electronics head, a sensing rod, and a position magnet. The sensing rod is normally stationary, and the position magnet is attached
  • 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.
  • Finding the right sensor for linear displacement
    Engineers need to know the technology and limitations behind the available sensors if they want to make the right choice. Howard A. Schaevitz Technologies Inc. Engineers continue to increase their use of linear-position and displacement sensors for providing real-time information to feedback-hungry
  • Bi-directional Incremental Position Display
    A system is needed which will track the position of a bi-directional linear-motion platform. and allow the user to select a home or zero position. The display should read in inches. and indicate the position of the platform at all times.

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