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Alliance Sensors Group

102 Commerce Dr. Unit 8, Moorestown, NJ, 08057, USA

  • 856-727-0250

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John R. Matlack
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Contactless LVIT Position Sensors have through-bore design.

March 18, 2016

Designed for use in factory automation or assembly machinery applications and external mounting on hydraulic cylinders to sense rod position, LZ-25 Series uses LVIT Technology™ and comes in nominal FS ranges from 2–36 in. Overall length is ~1.5 in. longer than linear range of unit, and 1 in. OD aluminum or stainless steel body has 1 m long radial exit cable. In addition to negating damage from mechanical overstroking, 0.295 in. dia through-bore provides clearance for 0.25 in. dia moving rod. Read More

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LVIT-Based Linear Position Sensor meets factory automation needs.

February 23, 2016

Inductive LR-19 Series features contactless operation, SenSet™ field recalibration feature, and optimized stroke-to-length ratio. There are 6 ranges available from 1–8 in., and 0.75 in. dia anodized aluminum housing is sealed to IP67. Along with radial cable exit version that comes with swivel rod eye ends, axial termination versions are available with M-12 connector or cable. Series also offers choice of 4 analog outputs and includes larger body (LR-27) and spring loaded (LRS-18) versions. Read More

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Long-Stroke Position Sensors feature contactless operation.

February 15, 2016

Based on LVIT (Linear Variable Inductance Transducer) Technology™, LRL-27 Series provides 5 nominal ranges from 10–18 in. Units operate from variety of DC voltages and offer choice of 4 analog outputs. Contactless operation prevents wearout from dither or cycling. Supplied in 1.05 in. diameter anodized aluminum housing that is sealed to IP67, sensors are suited for factory automation systems, solar cell positioners, wind turbine prop pitch and brakes, and robotic arm position feedback. Read More

electronic components & devices

Rugged Linear Potentiometers aid installation with self alignment.

February 11, 2016

Meeting factory automation marketplace sensing requirements, LP-22 series features 22 mm OD anodized aluminum housing with 1 m, 3-conductor cable. Ranges are available from 1–12 in., linearity is better than 0.10%, and max output resistance varies from 1–5 kΩ. Powered with max input from 12–36 Vdc at 12 mA or less, series is environmentally sealed to IEC IP64, operates from -40 to 150°C, and withstands shock and vibration. Swivel rod eye ends facilitate self-alignment during installation. Read More

electronic components & devices, test & measuring instruments

Signal Conditioner supports LVDT operation.

February 2, 2016

Engineered to work with AC-LVDTs, RVDTs, and inductive half-bridge sensors including 3-wire GE LVRTs and GE gas turbine LVDTs with buck-boost, Model S1A features built-in null indication and front panel pushbuttons to set zero and full scale. Internal microprocessor eliminates need to calculate jumper connections for gain and range. Equipped with color-coded plug-in connections, DIN rail module offers 4 excitation frequencies, 8 analog DC outputs, and RS-485 digital communications. Read More

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Spring Loaded LVIT offers optimized length to stroke ratio.

January 18, 2016

At 4 in. long, contactless LRS-18 series is available with ranges from 0.5–4.0 in. for dimension or position measuring applications in factory automation as well as various industrial and commercial applications where sensing element cannot be attached to object being measured. Max tip force on item being measured is 1 lb, and 0.75 in. dia aluminum or stainless steel body has M18 x 1 thread and comes with 2 hex jam nuts. Linear sensor uses 0.25 in. dia probe equipped with AGD No. 9 contact tip. Read More

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Linear Variable Inductive Transducers serve various industries.

October 2, 2015

Available with ranges from ½–18 in., LVITs feature 4 analog outputs, SenSet™ field scalability, and contactless operation. Spring-loaded LRS-18 and automation-duty LR-19 have ¾ in. OD aluminum body, while industrial-duty LR-27 is offered in 1 in. OD aluminum or stainless steel housing. Also available, LV-45 is designed to survive extreme environments. Radial cable exit version comes with swivel rod eye ends. Axial termination versions come with M12 connector or 1 m cable. Read More

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LVIT Linear Position Sensors serve in extreme environments.

September 18, 2015

Available with 0&ndash;10 Vdc or 4&ndash;20 mA output and 100, 150, 200, 250, and 300 mm ranges, LV-45 series withstands vibration, shock, temperature, and humidity found in outdoor applications. Inductive, contactless linear position sensors employ LVIT Technology, operate from -40 to 85°C, and feature 1.75 in. OD body with 5 mm wall thickness. SenSet&trade; range adjustability feature is standard, and coil design lends to ruggedization. Axial or radial connector or cable terminations are available.<br /> <br /> Read More

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Inductive Linear Sensor adapts to hydraulic cylinder designs.

August 20, 2015

Designed for magnet-free installation in rear endcap of hydraulic cylinders for operation at pressures up to 5,000 psig, contactless MHP-7 series employs 7 mm dia probe inserted into 8 mm (5/16 in.) gun-drilled hole in cylinder rod to measure position. Ranges from 1&ndash;24 in. FS and 1 in. hex aluminum or stainless steel housing are available. Along with SenSet&trade; for field scalability of analog output, features include various analog I/Os and either connector and cable terminations. Read More

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LVIT Inductive Linear Position Sensor suits factory automation.

August 12, 2015

Available in 4 ranges from 2&ndash;8 in., LR-27 Series comes in 1.05 in. dia anodized aluminum housing sealed to IP67. Contactless operation prevents wearout from dither or cycling. While radial cable exit version comes with swivel rod eye ends, axial termination versions are available with M-12 connector or 1 m cable. Sensors operate from DC voltages, are offered with choice of 4 analog outputs, and incorporate SenSet&trade; field scalability feature. Read More

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Pencil Probe Linear Position Sensors serve metrology applications.

May 5, 2015

Offered in stock ranges ±0.5, ±1.0, and ±2.5 mm, DGP spring-extend, AC-LVDT-based, dimensional gauging probes (pencil probes) operate from -10 to +65°C and offer 0.5 micron resolution and repeatability. Construction includes precision ground bearings, 8 mm dia plain outer body, and optional sleeve for increasing OD to 0.375 in. (plain or partly threaded). Included 2 m long axial shielded cable is strain relieved and can  be converted to radial cable outlet with right angle cable adapter. Read More

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Industrial AC LVDT is suited for use in steel or aluminum mills.

April 29, 2015

With full ranges from 3&ndash;15 in., LA-21-A series comes in zinc-plated-steel, 20.5 mm dia housing with 100 mm stripped-and-tinned axial leads. Each LVDT core is enclosed in 9.5 mm dia extension rod, from which it cannot break loose, and 5/16-24 UNF or M8 X 1.25 male thread facilitates attachment. Exhibiting radiation resistance, IP68-sealed products are suited for stamping or drawing press die opening, injection molding machine platen position, process valve controls, and roller gap feedback. Read More

test & measuring instruments

Digital Process Meter supports analog sensor or thermocouple.

April 27, 2015

Designed for measurement applications that require displaying analog sensor&rsquo;s high level output or output of thermocouples, Model M-100 features 7 mm high, 4-digit LED display with 16-bit resolution in 1/32 DIN size. Single-channel unit can be calibrated to display analog sensor&#39;s DC voltage or current output in engineering units, or temperature in °F or °C. Powered by 16&ndash;30 Vdc, meter includes peak-hold function and internal relay contacts for set-point control of alarm or annunciator. Read More

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Linear Variable Inductive Transducers serve several markets.

April 14, 2015

LVITs (Linear Variable Inductive Transducers) of LR-19 (Automation Duty), LR-27 (Industrial Duty), and LV-45 (Extreme Duty) series are contactless devices designed for position sensing applications. Along with ranges from 1&ndash;18 in., features include 4 analog outputs, axial termination versions with M-12 connector or 1 m cable, and SenSet&trade; field scalability. Radial cable exit version comes with swivel rod eye ends. Areas of use include factory automation and heavy-duty industrial/commercial/OEM applications. Read More

electronic components & devices, test & measuring instruments

AC LVDT Signal Conditioner offers pushbutton calibration.

March 27, 2015

Able to be set up within minutes, DIN-rail mounted SC-100 module works with AC-operated LVDTs, RVDTs, and inductive half-bridge position sensors as well as Marposs and Solartron analog pencil gaging probes. Features include provides RS-485 digital communications link, GUI, and LVDT setup with built-in null indication and front panel pushbuttons to set zero and full scale. Choices include 4 LVDT excitation frequencies, 6 analog DC outputs, and 2 current loop DC outputs. Read More

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Linear Variable Inductive Transducer serves subsea environments.

March 4, 2015

Supplied in 316 Stainless Steel, 25 mm dia housing designed for subsea use in Oil and Gas Exploration, SS-7 series operates to 5,200 psi. LVIT can be submerged to 12,000 ft or installed in PBOF (pressure balanced oil filled) chamber to provide position feedback. Embedded into hydraulic cylinder, contactless transducer has 1&ndash;24 in. measurement range, operates without need for magnet by utilizing gun-drilled piston rod as target, and offers SenSet&trade; calibration. Read More

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Inductive Linear Sensors provide cylinder position feedback.

February 4, 2015

Available in embedded, port mount, and port mount 25 mm hex housing versions, respectively, Series ME, MR, and MHP measure ram position of hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders in industrial, mobile, or subsea applications. Units offer measurement ranges from 1&ndash;24 in. and operate to 5,000 psi or 10,000 ft depth. Supplied in IEC IP67-rated aluminum or stainless steel housing, sensors are based on contactless inductive sensing technology, eliminating need for magnet. Read More

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Inductive Linear Position Sensor adapts to cylinder designs.

January 16, 2015

Installed in rear endcap of hydraulic cylinders for operation at pressures up to 5,000 psig, MHP series offers 1 in. hex aluminum or stainless steel housings suited for mobile hydraulics, factory automation machinery, or oil and gas exploration equipment. Sensors mount to cylinder with male o-ring port thread and feature ranges from 2&ndash;24 in. Contactless operation negates wear due to cycling or dithering, and SenSet&trade; allows for field scalability of analog output. Read More

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Inductive Linear Position Sensor targets factory automation.

January 12, 2015

Supplied in 0.75 in. dia anodized aluminum housing sealed to IP67, contactless LR-19 Series offers 6 ranges from 1&ndash;8 in. Radial cable exit version comes with swivel rod eye ends, while axial termination versions feature M-12 connector or cable. Operating from DC voltages, series offers choice of 4 analog outputs that include SenSet&trade; field recalibration feature. Performance, compact design, and stroke-to-length ratio suit industrial testing laboratory and OEM applications. Read More

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Inductive Linear Position Sensors do not require magnets.

November 19, 2014

Used to measure ram position of hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders, MR Series offers drop-in form, fit, and function replacement for magnetostrictive sensors. Contactless inductive sensing technology employs solid probe construction style that requires conductive tubular target or small diameter deep hole gun drilled in cylinder rod. Operating to 5,000 psi or 10,000 ft depth, shock- and vibration-resistant sensors offer measurement ranges from 4&ndash;36 in. and SenSet&trade; field-adjustable scaling. Read More

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