Position Sensor utilizes inductive, non-contact technology.
June 18, 2014 -
Gill Blade 20 lets engineers achieve 12-bit resolution with ≤1 bit of repeatability over span of 20 mm. There are no moving internal parts, and IP69K sealing is available. Able to be user-customized with regards to sensing distances, output ranges, PWM settings, and more, sensor is designed for facilitated installation and can be integrated into steering systems, manufacturing automation systems, and waste treatment systems.
Gill Sensors Further Slims their Sleek Line of Compact Position Sensors with New 20mm Model
Everight Position Technologies Corp.
114 Forrest Avenue
Narberth, PA, 19072
Press release date: June 17, 2014
The New Gill Blade 20 sensor utilizes unique inductive, non-contact technology to allow engineers to achieve 12 bit resolution with ≤ 1 bit of repeatability over a span of just 20mm. The Blade system has no moving internal parts and is available with a sealing rated up to IP69K, giving it a robust and long lasting quality. The Blade 20 is also able to be user-customized, allowing sensing distances, output ranges, PWM settings, and more to be specified by the end user. The Blade 20 is fast, robust, and unique.
As with the other Blade sensor systems, installation is quick and simple. Engineers have been able to integrate this sensor into steering systems, manufacturing automation systems, and waste treatment systems.. The versatility of this device is only matched by its simplicity. The Blade20 is contactless by design, meaning the MBTF on the device is virtually infinite.
For an overview of how this sensor functions, click over to our site at www.evrtp.com .
Everight Position is a company that specializes in specifying non-contact sensor solutions to engineers across North America. Everight has personal and exclusive relationships with many of the world’s leading sensor manufacturers, and brings decades of experience to the table. We pride ourselves on fast and informative service and always place the highest emphasis on the needs of the end user