linear displacement transducer / non-contact / LVDT / analog
4000 series

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linear displacement transducer / non-contact / LVDT / analog linear displacement transducer / non-contact / LVDT / analog - 4000 series


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  • Other characteristics:

    rugged, compact

  • Measuring range:

    Min.: 0 mm (0 in)

    Max.: 30 mm (1.181 in)


The Displacement Measurement Range of product consists of measurement transducer and their supporting electonics. UVB´s Dispalcement transducers provide high linearity, excellent long term stability and resolution of up to 1ppm of full range. The 4000 Serie Linear transducers are compact, robust sensors for use in applications ranging from metrology to heavy industry. Compared with other transducer systems, they are more stable, accurate and sensitive than LVDTs; longer lived, more robust and accurate than potentiometers; more compact and robust than optical laser systems. The production of these transducers 4000 Serie is a direct continuation of production of the UK company ASL (Automatic System Laboratories LTD.) in UVB TECHNIK.

Excellent Linearity of the transducers < 0.01 % of range, linearity curves are smooth and reach an optimum near to the center of travel
Very High Accuracy up to ± 1 µm in full range. All transducers are idividually verified by reference to gauge blocks.
Excellent Resolution of up to 0.01 µm (1 ppm of range), non-granular
The transducers are tolerant of wide temperature ranges, high magnetic fields and radio-active environments
The transducers have superlative stability. The sophisticated construction has no windings, bobbins or magnetic circuit limitations
The Robust Construction - The design of the internal elements has been optimised to absorb vibration by mounting them within a separate shock resistant cage (no electronic parts, no glas inside)
The transducers can be mounted in any orientation
Wide dynamic Range - which is supplemented by overtravel of 2 mm at each extreme