Linear displacement sensor 8739
DC LVDTinductiveanalog

linear displacement sensor
linear displacement sensor
linear displacement sensor
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DC LVDT, inductive
Output signal
Other characteristics
industrial, OEM applications, for process automation
Measuring range

Max.: 25 mm (0.984 in)

Min.: 1 mm (0.039 in)


LVDT transducer with IN-LINE amplifier or USB interface Small sensor with a diameter of only 8 mm for installation into restricted structures, vibration-proof and wear resistant, internal IN-LINE amplifier or USB interface, for direct measuring of displacement and indirect measuring of convertable mechanical values Features •Ranges from 0 … 1 mm to 0 ... 25 mm •Non-linearity 0.25 % F.S. •Sensor diameter 8 mm •Vibration and wear free •Output 0 ... 10 V •Optional output 0 ... 5 V, ± 5 V, 4 ... 20 mA, USB •Sensor with or without IN-LINE amplifier Description Inductive displacement sensors of this series measure linear displacements and indirectly all mechanical values convertible into displacements by additional equipment (i.e. tension and compression forces, extension, torque, vibration). The sensor body equipped with a connector has an outer diameter of only 8 mm and therefore is especially well suitable for the integration in dimensionally restricted structures. Typical application fields are displacement and extension measurements on •Machines •Servo systems •Motor vehicles •Test benches •Production plants The cylindrical case made of stainless steel, houses a differential transformer (LVDT). It consists of a primary and two secondary coils with axially moveable core. A displacement of this core changes the magnetic induction of the coils. The INLINE carrier frequency amplifier converts the displacement into a direct proportional electrical DC voltage.


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