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Miniature DC Output Displacement Transducers with Acetal Bearings

Item# LD400-1

Miniature DC Output Displacement Transducers with Acetal Bearings Miniature DC Output Displacement Transducers with Acetal Bearings
The LD400 Series miniature dc output LVDT transducers provide a method of measuring displacements up to ±5 mm (±0.20 inch) with very high accuracy and infinite resolution. They have a free-guided armature incorporating Acetal bearings, which provide near frictionless motion to detect the smallest movement the associated instrumentation is capable of identifying. These transducers utilize a precision linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) as the measuring source, together with hybrid ICs which include an oscillator, demodulator, and filter together, they comprise a self-contained unit that accepts dc input and provides dc output relative to armature position. The unit's high linearity and low mass of moving parts is ideally suited to applications in civil, mechanical, chemical and production engineering.
LD400-1
  • High Output Miniature LVDT Transducers
  • Ideal for Small Actuators
  • Delrin Bearings for Precise Motion
  • Infinite Resolution
  • Rugged Low Mass Construction
  • Compatible with Standard DC Signal Conditioning Modules and Instruments
  • Applications:
    Proprotional Actuators
    Robotic Automation
    Linear Servo Actuator
    Industrial Automation Controls
    Motion Control
Range
Linearity
Electrical Output
Case Material
Quantity Price each
1-4 $435.00
5-9 $413.25
10-24 $404.55
25-49 $387.15
50-99 $378.45
100+ $369.75

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Lead Time ( If not in Stock): 18 weeks

Product Specs

  • Body Material 400 Series stainless steel
  • case Material 400 Series stainless steel
  • Electrical Connection Red: + Excitation
  • Maximum Ambient Temperature 80 {C} (176 {F})
  • Maximum Compensation Temperature 80 {C} (176 {F})
  • Measurement Type Displacement
  • Minimum Compensation Temperature -20 {C} (-4 {F})
  • Output Signal Type DC
  • Reading Rate LD400-1 and LD400-2.5 = 5 ms
  • Sensitivity Range <0.025% FC/°C

The LD400 Series miniature dc output LVDT transducers provide a method of measuring displacements up to ±5 mm (±0.20 inch) with very high accuracy and infinite resolution. They have a free-guided armature incorporating Acetal bearings, which provide near frictionless motion to detect the smallest movement the associated instrumentation is capable of identifying. These transducers utilize a precision linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) as the measuring source, together with hybrid ICs which include an oscillator, demodulator, and filter together, they comprise a self-contained unit that accepts dc input and provides dc output relative to armature position. The unit's high linearity and low mass of moving parts is ideally suited to applications in civil, mechanical, chemical and production engineering.

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