Linear position sensor PN2S
conductive plastic potentiometerwith potentiometric outputIP65

linear position sensor
linear position sensor
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Characteristics

Type
linear
Technology
conductive plastic potentiometer
Output signal
with potentiometric output
Protection class
IP65
Applications
industrial, for harsh environments, for automotive applications, for robotics, heavy-duty, OEM applications, for agricultural machinery, for machine tools, for the food industry
Other characteristics
compact, rugged, absolute, precision, corrosion-resistant, vibration-resistant
Measuring range

Min.: 50 mm (1.969 in)

Max.: 750 mm (29.528 in)

Linearity

0.1 %

Description

The linear motion potentiometers series PN2S have a 31 mm square section housing, 6 mm diameter shaft and two fixing ball joints at the ends. Their measuring strokes range from 50 to 750 mm, and their standard resistive value is 5 KOhm. The conductive plastic resistive element grants the transducer a long life (100,000,000 motions), high independent linearity and virtually infinite resolution. The electrical connection is granted by M12 connector. Thanks to their high protection degree against environmental agents the potentiometers series PN2S are suited for severe applications, even outdoors, at extreme temperatures. AVAILABLE STROKES mm 50 – 100 – 150 – 200 – 250 – 300 – 400 – 500 – 750 AVAILABLE RESISTIVE VALUES 5 Kohm (standard) – 10 Kohm on request TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS conductive plastic resistive element 100,000,000 operations life infinite resolution excellent linearity moving speed up to 5 m/sec. shaft diameter 6 mm stout aluminium case easy fixing by ball joints or movable clamping brackets electrical connections by M12 connector operating temperature: -20° ÷ +80°C IP65 protection degree 2 ball joints at the ends, diameter 5 mm
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