Posted on April 1, 2008 - ( views)
Offering frictionless position feedback similar to the potentiometer, the LP750 Series position sensors have no parts that wear out. A unique coil winding configuration and digitally enhanced analogue output enable a compact design, making the sensors well-suited for use in applications with limited installation space. Constructed entirely of stainless steel, these hermetically sealed sensors are sealed against hostile environments to IP68. Electrical termination through a sealed radial connector permits access to either or both ends of the unit for better mechanical support and guidance. It also makes position sensors easier to clean out and provides for a shorter installed length comparedto units of the same range with an axial connection. The LP Series position sensors are available in standard ranges of 100 to 600mm and are offered in a precalibrated loop-powered 4-20 input/output or a nominal 24VDC input and 0 to 10VDC output.
7300 US Route 130 North
Ensure proper currency dispensing in ATMs
Available in ranges of ±0.38 to ±250 mm
Use in hostile environments
Certified for GE gas turbines
Ready for immediate operation
with 4-20mA Output
Accurate position feedback in robotic applications
In a variety of ranges from ±1.25 to ±50.0 mm
Available in metric versions
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