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  • 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
  • Finding the right sensor for linear displacement
    on the physical attributes as they relate to installation. And researchers probably choose sensors based on technical performance. The most frequently used electromechanical linear position and displacement sensors can be divided into six basic technologies: resistive, capacitive, inductive, magnetic, time
  • Linear-Measuring System Saves Space
    mm not accurate enough for machinetool applications. Direct-measurement, linear-displacement systems are a step up. In these devices, a sensor reads position from a scale along the entire length of the linear axis. Combined with numericaldisplacement interpolation, the units deliver positioning
  • One Sensor, Multiple Targets
    A single linear sensor monitors multiple positions along its axis. 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
  • Medical Device Link .
    Spotlight on Sensors and Transducers A transducer incorporates a flexible cable, a spring-loaded spool, and a potentiometer to detect and measure linear position. With a measurement range of 4.75, 12.5, 25, or 50 in., the SP1 string pot is suited for restricted space installations. Most common
  • Measuring the long haul
    systems, get their name from the use of electronic multiplexing to check individual magnetic sensors in the read head. The technique works well on spans ranging from a few dozen feet to 1.7 km. The first application for Pomux was on large overhead cranes. Some of the more common uses today include
  • Encoder helps drag bike hook up and go
    contain a small, diametrically polarized magnet and a custom ASIC with an array of Hall-effect sensors. The sensors generate a voltage when exposed to a magnetic flux field. The ASIC detects the changing magnetic field and cancels any magnetic interference. The encoders come in seven to 13-bit models
  • Electrohydraulic Actuators
    the sensor interact with the magnetic field and return a sonic pulse. Distance can be determined by measuring the transmission/reception time interval. Positioning accuracy is 0.001 to 0.003 in. Another way to accurately control position is to hydraulically amplify the motion of a stepping motor

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