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  • 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
  • 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
  • Sizing and Applying Magnetostrictive Linear Position Sensors
    . They are available in several technologies, each having its own advantages and disadvantages. This paper presents information on the application of magnetostrictive linear-position sensors, which are gaining popularity due to their accuracy and reliability. A comparison of magnetostrictive sensors to linear
  • Magnetostrictive Level Sensors by David Nyce and Adrian Totten
    in several technologies, each having its own advantages and disadvantages. This article presents information on the application of magnetostrictive level sensors, which are gaining popularity due to their accuracy and reliability. A comparison of magnetostrictive sensors to level sensors of other
  • Position Sensor Technology Comparison
    Position feedback sensors for hydraulic. or pneumatic cylinders have used one of three. traditional technologies: magnetostrictive, variable. resistance, and variable inductance sensors. While other sensor technologies have occasionally. been used successfully in this application,. the focus
  • Position sensing to soothe the aching back
    A surgical tool for injecting polymer into vertebrae discs relies on a magnetostrictive sensor for absolute position feedback. Visible in the upper right-hand corner of the Disc Dynamics surgical tool is the C-Series magnetostrictive sensor used to maintain constant pressure on the polymer flowing
  • Sensors help gauge if jets are fit to fly
    As aircraft reach or exceed their planned life spans, the U.S. Air Force is turning to advanced nondestructive evaluation methods to decide whether the planes are fit for continued service. A low-profile magnetostrictive sensor detected a crack and monitored its growth on an A-10 aircraft test
  • Foolproofing embedded sensors
    Close quarters can make the specification process tricky for magnetostrictive sensors that have no external housings. Magnetostriction as a positionsensing technique has long been used in industrial machines. But another variant of this technology has emerged to handle situationsthat need to embed

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