Inductive Linear Transducer MAC

Robust and compact LVDT displacement sensor available in three models and measuring lengths from 2 to 200 mm

  • High accuracy for small strokes (2...200 mm)
  • Available in 3 designs (ball joint, probe, loose core)
  • For harsh environments (up to IP68)
  • Very long lifespan
  • Suitable for high dynamics
LVDTProtection class IP68
Data sheet
Effective electrical travel From 2 to 200 mm in 7 variants
Sensor Technology Inductive (LVDT)
Protection Class Up to IP68 (standard IP65)
Resolution Analogue stepless
Mechanical Detection Type Front side push rod with / without spring return or loose push rod
Electrical Outlet Type Round Cable, Connector
Mounting Mounting Brackets / Assembly Block, Flange, Ball Joints
Electr. output signal (inductive - LVDT without electr.)
Ind. linearity (best) ±0.25% … ±1% (dep. o. travel & option)
Max. operating temperature +120 °C
Min. operating temperature -35 °C
Minimum overall length Small (< 15 cm), Medium (15 to 50 cm)
Supply voltage 1..10 V RMS, (0,5..5 kHz)
The mechanical sensing of linear motion is provided by a front ... more
Product description: Inductive Linear Transducer MAC

The mechanical sensing of linear motion is provided by a front guided or loose push rod. The LVDT linear sensors are available with a spring-suspended probe tip (MACT) with internal spring return, with ball joints (MACG) to compensate for vertical or horizontal misalignment or with a loose push rod (MACL) versions.
The inductive measuring principle of the MAC is configured with a cast coil in LVDT winding. The non-contact measurement principle provides long life and high dynamic applications, particularly where small oscillating movements need to be detected and high resolution is required. The rugged design of the inductive MAC with IP65 (optional IP67/68) sealing allows it to be used in harsh environments.

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