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Supplier: American Microsemiconductor, Inc.
Description: LVDT Signal Conditioner
- Package Type / Mounting: Through Hole Technology (THT), Other
- Input (Supply) Voltage: 20 volts
- Operating Temperature: 32 to 158 F
Description: LVDT/RVDT-to-Digital Converter with built-in reference oscillator, programmable resolution.
- Operating Temperature: -67 to 257 F
Supplier: Digi-Key Electronics
Description: IC LVDT SIGNAL COND 20-CDIP
- Technology: Other
- TJ: -40 to 185 F
- Supply Voltage: Other
- IC Package Type: CDIP, Other
Description: The RD-19230 is a small and versatile, low cost, state-of-the-art 16-bit monolithic Resolver-to-Digital Converter. This single chip converter offers programmable features such as resolution, bandwidth, velocity output scaling and encoder emulation. Compact and reliable, DDC’s RD Series
- Input Channels: 1
- Input Signals: DC Voltage
- Form Factor: Printed Circuit Board (PCB)
- User Interface: Computer Programmable
Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) Chips - R/D Monolithic Converter (SDC) -- RDC-19220, RDC-19222, RDC-19224
Description: Description: Low Cost Resolver-to-Digital-Monolithic. Can be set up as Resolver, Synchro or LVDT-to-Digital converter with tach grade velocity output. Available in military and industrial models. Resolution:10, 12, 14, or 16 bit. Accuracy: To +/-2.3 minutes. Tracking: To 1152 rps. The RDC-19224Show More
LVDT and RVDT Signal Conditioners - NI PXI-7852R LX50 Multifunction RIO (8 AI, 8 AO, 96 DIO) -- 780340-01Supplier: National Instruments
Description: The NI PXI-7852R multifunction RIO module features a user-programmable FPGA chip for onboard processing and flexible I/O operation. You configure all analog and digital functionality using NI LabVIEW graphical block diagrams and the LabVIEW FPGA Module. Your block diagram executes in the hardware
- Input Channels: 8
- Differential Channels: Yes
- Input Signals: DC Voltage
- Sampling Frequency (if applicable): 750 kHz
Supplier: Newark / element14
Description: IC, LVDT SIGNAL COND, 20KHZ, 0.05% LCC28; Bandwidth:20kHz; Supply Voltage Min:13V; Supply Voltage Max:36V; Digital IC Case Style:LCC; No. of Pins:28; Operating Temperature Range:-40°C to +85°C; MSL:MSL 5 - 48 hours; Bandwidth:20kHz
- Device Type: Other
- Package Type: Other
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
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Handbook of Force Transducers
The bridge signal is demodulated by the linear variable differential transformer ( LVDT ) chip AD698 (Analog Devices).
Smart hysteresis compensation of a magneto-elastic force sensor based on Terfenol-D
On the left hand side the output voltage of the LVDT – chip and on the right hand side the compensated for sensor signal calculated by the DSP is plotted.
A 10ppm Resolution Interface Circuit for a Position Transducer
’Rahim,Z., “ LVDT Interface Chip ’s Functional Blocks Offer Versatility”, EDN, 29 May 1986, p. 159;May 29, 1986.
Instrumentation for a Weigh In Motion System Using Pavement Strain
After an initial calibration to determine optimum settings, the Phillips NE/SE 5520 LVDT signal conditioner chips were adjusted to output +-12 V to the LVDTs at a frequency of 3 kHz and to output to the A/D converter at a gain of …
Green Bank Telescope active surface system
The first of these is the use of the AD598 chip to monitor LVDT position.
Advanced Light Source Compendium of User Abstracts andTechnical Reports 1997
A modified version of the CXRO controller box, which was essentially a shielded box and power supply for several Analog Devices AD698 LVDT Signal Conditioner IC chips , was used.
Advances in Signal Processing and Intelligent Recognition Systems
Drumea, A., Vasile, A., Comes, M., Blejan, M.: System on Chip Signal Conditioner for LVDT Sensors.
Design and Analysis of a Dual-Slope Inductance-to-Digital Converter for Differential Reluctance Sensors
Available: http://validyne.com/ProductCatalog/88.pdf  A. Drumea, A. Vasile, M. Comes, and M. Blejan, “System on chip signal conditioner for LVDT sensors,” in Proc. 1st Electron. Syst.
A signal conditioner for high-frequency inductive position sensors
 A. Drumea, A. Vasile, M. Comes, and M. Blejan, “System on chip signal conditioner for LVDT sensors,” Proc. 1st IEEE Electronics Systemintegration Technol. Conf. (ESTC’06), Dresden, Germany, vol.
A Synchronous Chopping Demodulator and Implementation for High-Frequency Inductive Position Sensors
 A. Drumea, A. Vasile, M. Comes, and M. Blejan, “System-on- chip sig- nal conditioner for LVDT sensors,” in Proc. 1st IEEE ESTC, Dresden, Germany, Sep. 2006, vol.
An ASIC Front End for Planar High-Frequency Contactless Inductive Position Sensors
 A. Drumea, A. Vasile, M. Comes, and M. Blejan, “System on chip sig- nal conditioner for LVDT sensors,” in Proc. 1st IEEE ESTC, Dresden, Germany, Sep. 2006, vol.
An integrated design for the front-end of an inductive position sensor
 A. Drumea, A. Vasile, M. Comes and M. Blejan, “System on chip signal conditioner for LVDT sensors,” Proc. 1st IEEE Electro.
Universal Electronic Module for Industrial Control Based on System on Chip Device
Vasile, "System on Chip Signal Conditioner for LVDT Sensors", Electronics Systemintegration Technology Conference ESTC2006, September 2006, Dresden, Germany.