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Potentiometers Displacement Sensor
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Position transducer, based on our TM sensor's non-contacting inductive measurement technologu. Provides direct, accurate measurement of travel for display or feedback applications. The push rod is supported on both ends by metal glide bearing, allowing high lateral forces on the tip of the rod. The robust and compact housing design make the WY03 a reliable solution for the industrial environment. A ball coupling enables a back lash and shear force free operation, even with perpendicular or angular misalignment between the transducer axis and the direction of movement. The integrated signal processor with programmable end-points(Tech-in) function provides an absolute and proportional voltage or current output signal. WY03 uses a non-contacting technology, and is maintenance and wear free. The transducer provide optimal reproducibility, resolution and linearity. WY03 sensor can be exchanged without recalibration. Magnetic field do not have any effect on the measurement signal.
Compact transducer with proven conductive-plastic technology and integrated signal processing The model with push rod and ball coupling enables a backlash and lateral force-free operation even with parallel and angular displacement of transducer and measuring direction. Characteristic for the robust design is the double-sided support of the actuating rod. For the spring-loaded type, this bearing allows high lateral forces on the tip of rod which may occur during scanning of cams or wedge plates.
The linear transducer with integrated signal processing (4...20mA or 0...10V) is connected directly to the analog inputs of the controller.