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The examples of position or velocity sensors can be potentiometers, encoders, tachogenerator and linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) etc.
The AST5300 Explosion Proof Wet/ Wet Differential Pressure Transmitter from American Sensor Technologies uses linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) technology and digital compensation to combine benefits of friction-free operation, environmental robustness and increased mechanical life.
Linear Variable Differential Transformers (LVDTs) also need guided, maintained clearance to the core that can be worn away in that environment.
A 66-mm diameter plate, attached to a linear variable differential transformer, is lowered so that it is flush with the edge of the cylinder and the top of the cheese sample.
000 006 [inches] using a linear variable differential transformer for either element," says Mr Stout.
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.
uses laser triangulation to lock onto a point, and analog linear variable differential transformers (LVDT's) to determine the position of the probe axes.
TEDS-based pressure sensors, load cells, and other product types such as linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) and torque sensors constituted only 5.