The LDI-119 Series LVIT (Linear Variable Inductive Transducer) position sensors from OMEGA™ are contactless devices designed for factory automation and a variety of industrial and commercial applications such as motor sport vehicles, automotive testing, solar cell positioners, wind turbine prop pitch and brakes, and packing equipment. With their compact device, superior performance, and excellent stroke-to-length ratio, the LDI-119 sensors are ideal for both industrial testing, laboratories, and OEM applications.
LDI-119 sensors are offered in 6 full scale ranges from 25 to 200 mm (1 to 8"). Operating from a variety of DC voltages, these sensors offer a choice of outputs and all include the field programmability calibration feature. LDI-119 products come with radial exiting cable and two swivel rod eye ends for easy installation.
The LDI series also include a larger body version, the LDI-127, for those applications needing a heavier duty unit.
Specifications Analog I/Os: 0 to 10V output with 12 to 30V input, 35 mA max; 4 to 20 mA (3-wire) output with 18 to 30V input, 60 mA max 75°C (167°F max) Measuring Range: 25 to 200 mm (1 to 8") full scale Linearity Error: ±0.15% of Full Scale Output (FSO) typical, ±0.25% max Resolution: 0.025% of FS Update Rate: 300 Hz nominal Operating Temperature: -20 to 85°C (-4 to 185°F) Temperature Coefficient: 0.015% of FS/degree°C Vibration: 5 to 20 Hz, 0.5" p-p; 20 to 2000 Hz, 4.2 g p-p Shock: 1000 g, 11 ms Terminations: IEC IP67 Humidity: 95% RH, non-condensing Housing Material: Aluminum
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Great Product but suggest some improvementsI installed this on linkage to provide stable position feedback to control a drive motor. It worked great. I would suggest making the connection points a little larger.
This unit will take a 10-32 screw. I would have preferred a 1/4-20.
Also I note the cable length in the description.
I bought a 100mm unit with 4-20 ma signal
Will the these sensors work a strong DC magnetic filed?
Asked by: Gorr
Thank you for your question?
The units would be effected by the magnetic-field. The amount of disruption we are unable to tell?
Hope this was helpful?
Answered by: application engineer je
Date published: 2019-07-03
Is the output convertible to "plug and play" USB for a desktop?
Asked by: SteveJ
Thanks for your question. The LDI-119 are only available with an analog output of either 0-10 Vdc or 4-20 mAdc. We do not offer a "plug and play" USB converter for this. You could connect it to a computer using a USB data acquisition system but there would be some initial setup required. A good option for this would be the INET-600 USB Data Acquisition System with an INET-510 screw terminal box. Free software is included. You would also need a 24 Vdc power supply for the sensor. The PSR-24L would be suitable and could power multiple sensors if needed. Our Tech Support engineer has also emailed you if you have any further questions.