Product News: Sensors, Monitors & Transducers

Miniature Length Sensors measure speed, position, distance.

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Press Release Summary:

January 4, 2013 - Supplied in housing of conductive composite material that will eliminate static build up, CE-compliant ZMD series is suited for light- to medium-duty sensing applications. Spring-loaded torsion arm provides adjustable torsion load, allowing unit to be mounted in almost any orientation – including upside-down. Using 6 in. circumference wheel, series can be used on almost any surface while operating at speeds up to 3,000 fpm.

Omega Engineering, Inc.

River Bend Executive Center, Stamford, CT, 06907, USA

Original Press Release

OMEGA Introduces Miniature Length Sensor ZMD Series

Press release date: January 3, 2013

Stamford, CT USA

Omega introduces its new series of miniature length sensors that are compact in size and easy to use. The ZMD series features a built-in spring- loaded torsion arm that provides a simple-to-adjust torsion load, allowing the unit to be mounted in almost any orientation, including upside-down. Using a 6" circumference wheel, the ZMD can be used on almost any surface, while operating at speeds up to 3000 feet per minute. The housing is durable, conductive composite material that will eliminate static build up which makes this product ideal for light- to medium-duty sensing applications. Whether you need to measure speed, position, or distances, the CE compliant ZMD series sensor is the ideal solution. Ideal for food industries involving conveyor ovens, industrial wire manufacturing and medical lab mixing equipment.

Price Starts at $248

ATTN Editor, please use this link to the complete spec sheet as the link printed with the product release: http://www.omega.com/pptst/ZMD.html

The Hi-Res image: http://www.omega.com/presskit/files/ZMD.jpg

Email: info@omega.com

Twitter: @OmegaEng

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Phone: 1-800-TC-OMEGA or 203-359-1660

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