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Magnetostrictive position transducers are non-contact, absolute reading, and have essentially infinite resolution. The non-contact nature of this technology means that there are no rubbing or sliding parts to wear out, and assures an unlimited service life for the position transducer. High...

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America to switch from potentiometers to Micropulse linear-position transducers from Balluff Inc., Florence, Ky. These noncontact, industrially hardened transducers provide continuous, absolute position and velocity feedback to three hydraulic cylinders, each with an 18-in. "throw " range. This allows...

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: controller, proportional valve, actuator, and axis interface. The axis controller provides processing, comparing, and diagnostic functions. It sends positioning control signals to the valve, which supplies air that moves the actuator to a preprogrammed stop position. A transducer reads actual position...

Show More with a magnetostrictive displacement transducer from MTS Systems Corp., New Ulm, Minn., which can interface to a synchronous serial interface port on the computer to measure linear position of actuators such as hydraulic cylinders. The contrasts between a cubic and fifth-order spline become...

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