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What does DT stand for?

DT stands for Differential Transformer

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW 20 Introduction 20 Transformers in an Electricity Supply System 20 Transformers Defined 20 Types of Transformers 21 Power Transformers 21 Distribution Transformers 22 Role of Tap Changers in Distribution Transformers 22 Other Transformers 23 Liquid Immersed Distribution Transformers 23 Ferroresonant Transformers 23 Ferrups 23 Optical Instrument Transformers 23 Instrument Transformers 23 Electromagnetic Voltage Transformers 24 Linear Variable Differential Transformer 24 Capacitative Voltage Transformers 25 Transformers < 1kVA 25 Applications of Transformers 26 Technologies in Power Systems 26 Safety Enhancement and Repair of Transformers 27 On-site repair of Transformers 27 4.
PSD-based laser sensors are ideal for tire and rubber applications, and are replacing dial indicators, linear variable differential transformers, capacitive, inductive and ultrasonic sensors for these types of applications.
A linear variable differential transformer sends a proportional electric signal that controls a mechanism involving two set point relays which controls the low and high limits of a predetermined compactibility range.
The company's technologies comprise piezoresistive silicon, polymer and ceramic piezoelectric materials, application specific integrated circuits, micro-electromechanical systems, foil strain gauges, electromagnetic force balance systems, fluid capacitive devices, linear and rotational variable differential transformers, anisotropic magneto-resistive devices, electromagnetic displacement sensors, hygroscopic capacitive structures, ultrasonic measurement systems, optical measurement systems, negative thermal coefficient ceramic sensors, 3-6 degree of freedom force/torque structures, complex mechanical resonators, magnetic reed switches, high frequency multipoint scanning algorithms, and high precision submersible hydrostatic level detection technologies.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW 16 Introduction 16 Transformers in an Electricity Supply System 16 Transformers Defined 16 Types of Transformers 17 Power Transformers 17 Distribution Transformers 18 Role of Tap Changers in Distribution Transformers 18 Other Transformers 19 Liquid Immersed Distribution Transformers 19 Ferroresonant Transformers 19 Ferrups 19 Optical Instrument Transformers 19 Instrument Transformers 19 Electromagnetic Voltage Transformers 20 Linear Variable Differential Transformer 20 Capacitative Voltage Transformers 21 Transformers < 1kVA 21 Applications of Transformers 22 Technologies in Power Systems 22 Safety Enhancement and Repair of Transformers 23 On-site repair of Transformers 23 4.