Products/Services for Magnetostrictive Probe

  • Styli and Probes-Image
    Styli and Probes - (81 companies)
    Styli and Probes Information Styli and probes are slender rod-shaped stems and contact tips or points used to probe surfaces in conjunction with profilometers, scanning probe microscopes (SPMs), coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), gages... Learn More
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    Magnetostrictive Position Sensors - (26 companies)
    ...into the system. Sealed sensors prevent the ingress of contaminants such as dust, dirt, or swarf. Probe/plunger sensors include a tip or plunger that can be placed directly against the surface of the measured device. Typically, these probe... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Linear Position Sensors - (757 companies)
    ...a bridge circuit and provides temperature compensation. As the target comes closer to the probe, the eddy currents become stronger, which changes the impedance of the active coil and causes a bridge unbalance related to the target position... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Dimensional Indicators and Comparators - (214 companies)
    Dimensional indicators and comparators measure where the linear movement of a precision spindle or probe is amplified. Dimensional indicators and comparators are instruments for comparative measurements where the linear movement of a precision... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Linear Encoders - (270 companies)
    ...field and encode data into a position signal. Inductive technology is often suitable for harsh conditions or where contamination by dust is possible. Modular kit encoders, linear-to-rotary conversion, sealed encoders, and probe-style devices are also... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Ultrasonic Transducers - (163 companies)
    ...or discontinuities. Wheel probes or dry couplant continuous test rolling probes have contact and roll across the surface to be evaluated. Originally, the dry couplant rollers or wheels were oil filled rubber tires containing one immersion ultrasonic transducer... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    CMM Probes - (90 companies)
    Coordinating measuring machine (CMM) probes are transducers that convert physical measurements into electrical signals, using various measuring systems within the probe structure. Coordinate measuring machines (CMM) probes are transducers... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Temperature Probes - (812 companies)
    Temperature probes are devices used to sense and measure temperature. Probe technology options include thermocouple, RTD, thermistor, and solid state types. Temperature can be measured via a diverse array of sensors. All of them infer temperature... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Level Transmitters - (301 companies)
    Value is a function of fluid 's dielectric constant. Easy to install; ideal for use with slurries and other liquids containing solid particles. Difficult to use with non-metallic tanks; dielectric constant limits measuring range; probes must... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Scanning Probe Microscopes - (10 companies)
    Scanning Probe Microscopes forms images of surfaces by using a physical probe that scans the specimen. Examples include AFM (atomic force microscopes), MFM (magetic force microscopes), STM (scanning tunneling microscopes) and many others. How... Search by Specification | Learn More

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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...

...vascular medicines and other specialty biotherapeutics. Metrologist Steve Ward has led the charge toward standardizing on two relatively recently developed technologies for measuring liquid level,magnetostrictive and guided-wave (probe-based) radar. In both cases, high-accuracy, long-term stability...

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