Linear Displacement Sensors DC-EC 050

Linear Displacement Sensors DC-EC 050
Type: Linear
Noise: Low Noise
Operating Temperature: – 70 Degree Celsius
Shock: 250 g (11ms half-sine)
Electrical Connections: Cable with 4 conductors, 28AWG stranded copper, braided shield and polyurethane jacket,39 inches [1 meter] long
Travel: low friction
The DC-EC Series DC operated LVDTs combine a computer-designed AC LVDT with custom integral signal conditioning to achieve premium performance.

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