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Alliance Sensors Group
102 Commerce Dr. Unit 8
Moorestown, NJ, 08057

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LVDT Linear Position Sensors aid steam turbine valve control.   Return to story
Company Information:
Alliance Sensors Group
102 Commerce Dr. Unit 8
Moorestown , NJ  08057   USA
Phone: 856-727-0250
http://www.alliancesensors.com
Sales:
John R. Matlack
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Ed Herceg
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AC LVDT Signal Conditioner features pushbutton calibration.

AC LVDT Signal Conditioner features pushbutton calibration.

Alliance Sensors Group    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Mar 28, 2014 Offering smart and accelerated LVDT setup, DIN-rail mountable SC-100 features built-in null indication as well as front panel pushbuttons to set zero and full scale. Module works with range of AC-operated LVDTs, RVDTs, and inductive half-bridge position sensors. Also compatible with Marposs and Solartron analog pencil gaging probes, product provides RS-485 digital communications port for remote setup and can be master/slaved to prevent beat frequency interaction between sensor signals.

LVDT Linear Position Sensors withstand extreme environments.

Alliance Sensors Group    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Mar 12, 2014 Available in ranges from 3–15 in., LA-25-A Series is designed with 1 in. diameter heavy wall housing made of aluminum or stainless steel and 2 double-contact shaft seals that keep fluids and contaminants out of bore. Core is enclosed in 3/8 in. diameter core extension rod assembly from which it can never break loose. Offering choice of axial connectors or cable in metal cord grip, sensors are environmentally sealed to IP68 and provide continuous operation at temperatures up to 220°F.
Linear Position Sensors withstand severe shock and vibration.

Linear Position Sensors withstand severe shock and vibration.

Alliance Sensors Group    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Feb 11, 2014 Using proprietary inductive technology, LV-45 Series offers 5 ranges of 100, 150, 200, 250, and 300 mm with output of 0–10 Vdc or 4–20 mA. SenSet™ range adjustability allows user to scale zero and full span output to actual range of motion of workpiece being measured after sensor is installed. Featuring 1.75 in. OD body, 5 mm wall thickness, and operating temperature from -40 to +85°C, sensors are available with optional mounting flanges, rod eye ends, and connector or cable terminations.
Spring-Extend AC-LVDT Pencil Probes offer submicron resolution.

Spring-Extend AC-LVDT Pencil Probes offer submicron resolution.

Alliance Sensors Group    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Oct 23, 2013 DGP dimensional gauging probes (pencil probes), manufactured with the precision ground bearings, come standard with 8 mm dia plain outer body; optional sleeve, either plain or partly threaded, increases OD to 0.375 in. Offered in ±0.5 mm, ±1.0 mm, and ±2.5 mm ranges, products feature 2 m long axial shielded cable that is strain relieved and can be converted to radial cable outlet with included right angle cable adapter. Resolution and repeatability are better than 0.5 micron.

Linear Position Sensors offer field calibration.

Alliance Sensors Group    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Jul 25, 2013 With SenSet™ Field Programmability technology, installers of LV, MR-7, and ME-7 Linear Position Sensors can exactly match full scale electrical output (4–20 mA or 0–10 Vdc) of sensor to actual mechanical movement range of device in which sensor is installed. After installing sensor, user moves device to its zero position, presses SenSet button, then moves device to full scale position and presses same SenSet button. Sensor is then calibrated over device's range of motion.
Inductive Linear Position Sensors act as drop-in replacements.

Inductive Linear Position Sensors act as drop-in replacements.

Alliance Sensors Group    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Jun 28, 2013 Designed as drop-in form, fit, and function replacement for magnetostrictive sensors, MR Series is used in measuring ram position of hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders. Products are based on contactless inductive sensing technology that employs solid probe construction style, and coil design enables sensors to withstand shock and vibration as well as temperatures to 85°C (standard) or 125°C (custom). Sensors come in full ranges from 2–36 in. with analog DC voltage or current output.

AC-LVDT Signal Conditioner offers broad compatibility.

Alliance Sensors Group    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Nov 27, 2012 Engineered to work with AC-LVDTs, RVDTs, and inductive half-bridge sensors, S1A DIN rail module supports LVDT operation and indicates most common failures. Built-in null indication and front panel pushbuttons, used to set zero and full scale, accelerate intelligent LVDT setup, while internal MPU eliminates need to calculate jumper connections for gain, range, etc. Conditioner offers choice of 4 excitation frequencies, 8 analog DC outputs, and RS-485 digital communications.

LVDT Linear Position Sensors aid steam turbine valve control.

Alliance Sensors Group    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Nov 23, 2012 Engineered for valve position sensing applications for steam turbine control systems in electric power generation plants, PG Series offer 5 FS ranges from 0–3 in. to 0–15 in. LVDTs of PGHD Heavy Duty series and PGSD Super Duty series have 1 1/16 and 1 5/16 in. dia bodies, respectively. Offered with rigid or ball joint coupling, 3/8 in. dia operating rod captivates core so it never comes out or vibrates loose. Body clamps, flange mounts, ball joint couplings, and rod eye ends are included.
AC-LVDT Signal Conditioner offers digital communications.

AC-LVDT Signal Conditioner offers digital communications.

Alliance Sensors Group    Moorestown, NJ 08057
Sep 10, 2012 Engineered to work with wide range of AC-LVDTs, RVDTs, and inductive half-bridge sensors, DIN rail-mount Model S1A features built-in null indication and front panel pushbuttons to set zero and full scale. Unit offers choice of 4 excitation frequencies, 8 analog outputs, and RS-484 digital communications. For installations where there are multiple position sensors, signal conditioners can be master/slaved to prevent cross talk between sensor signals.




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Apr 09, 2014

ME Series Inductive Sensor Designed as a Drop-In Replacement for Embedded Magnetostrictive Position Sensors and Potentiometers in Hydraulic Cylinders


Mar 10, 2014

LV-45 and LV-48 Linear Position Sensors Used In Bridge Health Monitoring System


Feb 10, 2014

Alliance Sensors Group's LV-45 Series Linear Sensor is Used to Help Prevent Train Derailment


Jul 16, 2013

Marposs and Alliance Sensors Agree to Deal


Jun 25, 2013

LVDT Signal Conditioner - S1A






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