The inductive displacement sensors stand out due to their robustness and reliability under harsh conditions. As they provide high signal quality, temperature stability, resistance to shocks and vibrations as well as immunity to dirt and humidity, these sensors are frequently used in industrial measurement tasks. Read more...More Product Announcements from Micro-Epsilon Group
The SS series LVDTs are specially designed for use in sea water & heavy industrial environments with some corrosive chemicals. These LVDTs are made of welded 316 stainless steel and have a through bore plus very heavy construction. Therefore, the SS series LVDTs are capable of withstanding the most arduous industrial applications as well as 10 years seawater submersion at a depth of... Read more...More Product Announcements from RDP Electrosense
Transducers embodied in valves used for controlling oil flow in undersea pipelines have been developed by RDP to operate with high accuracy and high reliability.
Hundreds of standard models and options or if required custom designed solutions. Read more...More Product Announcements from RDP Electrosense
The reliability, small size, and high performance offer excellent solutions for end user and OEM applications. Ideal for machine tool, assembly equipment, civil engineering, and materials testing applications. Read more...More Product Announcements from RDP Electrosense
The culmination of Solartron’s 50+ years of experience manufacturing LVDT displacement sensors is a deep understanding of the need to match the performance of the sensor precisely to the demands of the application and environment. Read more...More Product Announcements from Ametek Solartron Metrology
An LVDT Displacement Transducer comprises 3 coils; a primary and two secondaries.
The transfer of current between the primary and the secondaries of the LVDT displacement transducer is controlled by the position of a magnetic core called an armature.
On our position measurement LVDTs, the two transducer secondaries are connected in opposition. Read more...
Honeywell Model MVL7 AC-AC Long Stroke Displacement Transducer with free unguided armature, ranges from ± 0.5 to ± 8.0 in and an accuracy of ± 0.25% of full scale. Outputs ranging from 2.4 V RMS @ 3 V RMS to 9.5 V RMS @ 3 V RMS depending on the stroke length. Supply that can operate from either a 5 vdc calibrated power supply or a 1 V to 7 V RMS acceptable power supp... Read more...More Product Announcements from Honeywell Test & Measurement