Inductive Linear Transducer EDC

Cost-effective and compact LVDT displacement sensor with integrated electronics, available in two versions for small strokes from 2 mm to 50 mm

  • Accurate for small measuring strokes (2…50 mm)
  • In 2 designs (probe or loose core)
  • Very long lifespan
  • Suitable for high dynamics
  • Absolute analogue signal
Data sheet
Effective electrical travel From 2 to 50 mm in 4 variants
Sensor Technology Inductive (LVDT)
Protection Class IP40
Mechanical Detection Type Front side push rod with spring return or loose push rod
Electrical Outlet Type Connector
Mounting Flange, Mounting Brackets / Assembly Block
Resolution Analogue stepless
Ind. linearity (best) ±0.75%
Min. operating temperature 0 °C
Max. operating temperature +60 °C
Supply voltage 24 V
Electr. output signal 0..20 mA, 4..20 mA, 0..10 V
Minimum overall length Small (< 15 cm), Medium (15 to 50 cm)
The mechanical detection of linear motion is provided by a front ... more
Product description: Inductive Linear Transducer EDC

The mechanical detection of linear motion is provided by a front guided or loose push rod. LVDT linear transducer versions are available with a spring-suspended probe tip (EDCT) with external spring return and with a loose push rod (EDCL). The inductive measurement principle of the EDC is configured with a cast spool in LVDT winding. The electronics, which convert the position into a linear analogue signal, are integrated in the sensor housing. The non-contact measurement principle provides a long service life and allows high dynamic applications, especially where small oscillating movements need to be detected. The inductive measurement delivers absolute values, is true power on and has high resolution.

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