Magnetic Measuring System

For linear and angular displacement measurement

  • MPI-R10 by Elesa
    MPI-R10 by Elesa

Among Elesa’s products, the MPI-R10 is a new magnetic system composed of an LCD multifunctional display, connected to a specific magnetic sensor FC-MPI, and the magnetic band M-BAND-10 for the measurement of linear and angular displacement. The system enables accurate alignment and positioning, reducing time and machining procedures to the minimum. Made in glass-fiber, reinforced polyamide based technopolymer, the system comes in a new design with compact dimensions (mm 72x37).

Quick assembly and disassembly thanks to the system with retention wing (Elesa patent)

The MPI-R10 has a long-life internal lithium battery (4 years) with buffered memory during battery substitution. The LCD display is multifunctional with 7 digits and special characters (12 mm high). Moreover, it comes with wide value display and 4 multifunction keys for the setting of values and programs. Values are displayed in millimeters, inches or angular degrees. Visualization of the absolute or the incremental mode is made possible, as well as setting up up to 10 offset values, to memorize and display 32 target positions and to fulfill the self-diagnostic.

Second component of the system: magnetic sensor with cable

The magnetic sensor with cable FC-MPI is in die-cast zinc. The cable is connected to the display by a snap assembly that facilitates insertion and guarantees correct connection even in the presence of vibrations or accidental tears. The magnetic sensor cable is available in different lengths (max. 5 m). The last component is the magnetic band M-BAND-10 which is made of two separate parts: the magnetic band and the cover strip. The magnetic band is made of a magnetic tape, a carrier strip and an adhesive tape. The cover strip is made of a protection strip and an adhesive tape. The magnetic band maximum length is up to 25 m.

Graduated in political sciences and international relations in Paris, Anis joined the team in early 2019. Editor for IEN Europe and the new digital magazine AI IEN, he is a new tech enthusiast. Also passionate about sports, music, cultures and languages. 

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