Linear displacement sensor ECDS-3001
eddy currentIP67industrial

linear displacement sensor
linear displacement sensor
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eddy current
Protection class
Other characteristics
compact, stainless steel, corrosion-resistant


1、 Overview: Ecds-3001 series eddy current sensor integrates signal processor and probe into a high performance eddy current displacement sensor. The head of the probe is made of PPS engineering plastic with high and low temperature resistance and various chemical corrosion resistance, the shell is made of stainless steel, and the circuit board is encapsulated with epoxy resin, which can achieve moisture-proof, dust-proof, anti-corrosion, and the protection level reaches IP67. With a variety of signal output options, it is widely used in power, petrochemical, metallurgy, machinery and other industries. 2、 Application fields: Yuanben ecds-3001 integrated eddy current displacement sensor is widely used in various fields of general machinery and industrial equipment, especially in high-speed rotating machinery (such as large compressor unit, steam turbine unit, water turbine unit, fan, motor, water pump and other equipment), for measuring axial displacement, radial vibration, swing and shaft speed. For special applications such as metal thickness measurement, material damage detection and material deformation measurement, it can be customized according to customers' requirements. 3、 Main features Double coil temperature compensation structure is adopted. The winding of the probe coil is carefully designed and attached with magnetic collecting substrate. L integrate high performance chips and algorithms to optimize linearity. L stainless steel shell, with shockproof special thread locking mechanism. The product is simple in structure, compact in size and easy to use and install


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